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The cut out is in an old grain bin. The outside is 100 year old siding that the owner would prefer not be removed. The inside wall is covered with plywood so that is not a problem. Question is once I cut along the studs, I will have 3 panels to remove, should I remove all three at once and get the whole wall cavity opened up, or remove the bottom panel first, work on the bees and comb in that area and then remove the next panel?

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WOW that sounds like a BIG one, I think if I were doing it I would remove all of it the first thing may as well getem POd first thing so they can get over it :lookout:
 

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I would urge your to take off all the panels at the beginning so you can see what you are in store for. You may need more boxes and frames than you think.

You have to take pics and post them up so we can see your cutout.

Good luck!
 
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