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Old 08-25-2017, 03:06 PM   #25
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Two other things to note. In my mock up there's a gap between the tile and the track. The gap was only 1/8" on the job where I did this. Also, the original Cortec installer on my repair job left a 1/2 inch gap between the tile and the Cortec. That gap is also wider in my mock up.
The area circled shows where some adhesive or silicone might be squirted in for some additional reinforcement of the T molding. This plastic track is really tough material, so I don't think its really needed. The shim on my project was tall enough so the bottom of the molding fin almost bottomed out in the track....... meaning there is plenty of support in the center of the molding.
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