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Feb 14 '13 at 21:00 comment added ryanwinchester A deck :D lh4.googleusercontent.com/-5O7QJYNL-yU/Tzs34gAO3UI/AAAAAAAADNY/…
Feb 14 '13 at 21:00 comment added maple_shaft @decker good God man... wth were you building?!
Feb 14 '13 at 20:49 comment added ryanwinchester sounds good: here is a triple 2x12 beam I did that was around 100' long: lh3.googleusercontent.com/-mVe7iy0QUzs/TytZuU3qDyI/AAAAAAAADHQ/…
Feb 14 '13 at 20:49 comment added Chris Cudmore hobart-wi.org/vertical/sites/…
Feb 14 '13 at 20:42 comment added maple_shaft I didn't think blocking was an option :) So I suppose tripled 2x12's down the whole length with proper 6x6 post spacing wouldn't be a problem either? If I stagger them of course.
Feb 14 '13 at 20:34 comment added maple_shaft Typical kiln dried and wolmerized Douglas Fir, standard dimensional lumber size.
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Feb 14 '13 at 20:28 comment added ryanwinchester Depends on type/species of wood. Do you know what type of lumber is the most commonly used for pressure-treated in your area?
Feb 14 '13 at 20:25 comment added maple_shaft How long do you think is too far for a single beam? What is an acceptable joist span length in your opinion?
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