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  1. Default Ways of building walls. 
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    I was originally going to build my walls with black plastic. but that isn't going to work out.
    i would like to get/build walls that aren't thick and take up a lot of space. these would go up in my garage and so i am wondering if there are any freestanding panels? also i need wall panels that dont take up a lot of space. Does anybody have these or have any ways of building these?
    p.s. do you know what i am talking about? lol
     

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    Sheets of 1/4 thick steel are thin and strong and pretty vandal-proof, I like them.
    Of course they get heavy quickly but the termites dull their teeth on them!
    Wall construction methods and a material list has been talked about many times here just zoom back through the posts for BOO-Coo information.
     

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    actually i prefer the half inch lead walls, lol
     

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    If you do a search, they are usually called panels.
     

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    This may help for wall construction:

    http://www.nightmarepark.com/JBCornCDPage.html

    Free haunt build book. Enjoy!
    The word for the day is NPD. Check it out.
     

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    1/4" steel panels covered with balsa wood and a sign (written in "drunk-ease" )saying,' Please, Please, don't punch this wall!"
     

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    Poured cement slabs is the why to go, you will need to rent a crane.
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

    http://www.warehouse31.com
     

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