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Old 06-30-2014, 11:18 AM   #1
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Will a stanard stud finder find the aluminum supports in the wall? I picked up some e-track and want to mount them on the side walls in the garage area.
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It should, as long as it's not the magnetic type. Best bet is to try it and see if where it indicates the studs are makes sense. Like are they evenly spaced.
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The stud finder I have won't pick up the metal studs.

And yes, I tried it.
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Mine does. it reads the thickness of material, so when it changes, it gives you a signal that grows stronger as you move toward the center of the post.
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Mine does. it reads the thickness of material, so when it changes, it gives you a signal that grows stronger as you move toward the center of the post.

What brand/model to you have?

Mine is a Zircon StudSensor i60 OneStep

http://www.zircon.com/products/center_ss_i60.html

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