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 04-24-2005, 12:08 Post: 110257
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Does anyone have acess to span tables for rafters and floor joist that they could post?






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 04-24-2005, 13:21 Post: 110259
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Laughing out loud Like always! I had a whole pamphlet of them from when I built my house. Just threw them away last month, I had them for 4 years! They are very long and kinda complicated. I would call and tell the company what your thinking you will build and they will inform you of what you need. I looked at my info from midwest truss comp. and called them instead of making my decision. Laughing out loud
Also don't make the mistake I made!!! (twice)! Make sure you know what your plans are for the ENDS of your builing. You can order different versions of these two trusses.






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 04-24-2005, 13:23 Post: 110260
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OOPS, sorry, I see now you were looking for rafters. My mistake!






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 04-24-2005, 14:37 Post: 110262
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Yes,i should have been more specific. Tables for const.grade dimensional lumber.This will be like for fir,not yellow pine which is stronger.Ive seen them,its only a page or so,but lumber yards dont seem to have them anymore [at least around here].






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 04-26-2005, 14:18 Post: 110363
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Let's try this again. I tried to send this aebpage but it didn't make it before.






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 04-26-2005, 14:21 Post: 110364
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Well, I don't know what I'm doing wrong but I did try.






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 04-26-2005, 14:23 Post: 110365
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That's a little more like it.






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 04-26-2005, 16:56 Post: 110373
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thank you,thats exactly what I was looking for






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