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    Default Re: CT335 Weight distribution

    Quote Originally Posted by powerscol View Post

    best bet is to have a structural engineer look at this

    PS if it were me I would look into poring a reinforced and sealed 6 inch concrete floor over your wood framing, using steel I-beams for support below.
    You guys certainly build sheds differently than we do here in New England.
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    Yeah Gil, here in Dakota we would build them better than that too, just like you New Englanders.

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