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well for the people that have seen my earlier topic, you'll know that i like to do rubiks cube. well i'm a pro at 3x3 so i thought its time to level up! i'm thinking about buying a 4x4. going up one level but then i thought. go hard or go home! i could just skip 4x4 and go directly to 5x5, or do a bigger skip and go to 6x6!
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i'm building a pergola and would like to know what size lag bolts i should use to attach the beams to the post. i plan on sandwiching the 6x6 post with two 12x4x16 redwood beams. my pergola is 16x16 and will have 6 posts. please advise
which size of post to use? 4x4 or 6x6? i am building a 14x14 pergola (actually top boards will be 16 feet long) what kind of post should i use? should i use 4x4 or 6x6? also.. how long should i get them? 12 feet? and how deep should i put them in concrete? i have similar plans, but my pergola will be 12' x 14' and use six posts to hold them
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this video shows how to install a galvanized post bases onto a concrete patio for installation of pergola posts. finishing sonotube with 6x6 bracket for deck - duration: 4:35. through our
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4x4, 5x5, or 6x6? - off-topic - giant bomb. giantbomb.com. go for the 4x4 first, it's way harder than the 5x5. the 5x5 is more similar to a 3x3 than the 4x4, so go for the 4x4 for more a challenge. and be prepared to get into a situation where it looks
but i looked at their pergola guidelines and they call for 6x6 min posts and 12" concrete footers. we were hoping to do 4x4 posts in 8" concrete. too wimpy? or is 6x6 and 12" overkill? (possibly for fire issues, not huge for us here) after reading here and elsewhere my plan was:
i am looking to extend my 4x4 corner posts on a deck to build a pergola over top of the deck. i also plan on sleeving those 4x4's with a composite sleeve for the full length from the 4x4. so the extensions need to be flush, so plates and other things protuding cannot be sticking out of the sides.