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- Subject: RE: Sawn Beam Repair?
- From: Bill Allen <BAllenSE(--nospam--at)mail-gw3.pacbell.net>
- Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 14:09:12 -0700
So the load transfers from the split 4x into the 2-2xs and back into the 4x at the ends? Whew! Right now I'm leaning towards Roger Turk's recommendations to strap and lag bolt. Thanks, Bill -----Original Message----- From: ErnieNSE(--nospam--at)aol.com [SMTP:ErnieNSE(--nospam--at)aol.com] Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 1997 1:52 PM To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org Subject: Re: Sawn Beam Repair? Bill, The idea was to use a full length 2-2x12 to carry the load and act as a replacement beam without the extra effort of removing the 4x12. With enough bolts, the loads will transfer to the 4x12 which will transfer the reaction load to the post at the ends without the 2-2x12 bearing at the ends. I assume that 2-2x12 plus a craked 4x12 is adequate to carry rhe load. If you use a short plate or strap connection at the bottom of beam, a very small horizontal movement of the bottom of the beam relative to the strap or plate will mean a very large vertical sag of the beam. Ernie Natividad
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