I need to build a pony wall inside the house (cement slab foundation) that is 11 feet long, total height of 35 inches and finished width of approx 10 inches. Can I frame it with 2x10 lumber - bottom and top plate as well as studs? The 2x10 would give me an actual width of 9 1/4inches plus drwywall on both sides would be close to 10 1/4 inches. We live in Canada so I'm not sure that with the seasonal changes if this wide lumber would work or if it would twist and warp?
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