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RE: Minimum steel connections

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> I don't believe there is a specific two bolt minimum 
> requirement per code, but it simply makes sense.

I've never seen a code requirement for a "two bolt minimum" 
but I've always seen it listed as a technical requirement 
in structural steel specs. It also makes sense from a 
redundancy standpoint - not to rely on the strength and 
proper installation of one connector to support the full 
member. 

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