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    Default 12' x 24' Run In Lean To Shed Row HELP???

    Hello All,

    My wife wants a shelter for her big warmblood mare for this coming winter. I was planning on the following for construction, but not sure if I need more posts.

    (6) 4x6 Posts, 4 at the corners and two in the middle

    Or do I need to have more posts to fill that 12' span? I am totally lost.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: 12' x 24' Run In Lean To Shed Row HELP???

    12' between the posts seems excessive.

    I'd make the spacing 8' on the long sides and 6' on the short sides-requiring four more posts.

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    Default Re: 12' x 24' Run In Lean To Shed Row HELP???

    Get yourself a copy of Monte Burch's "Pole Building Projects". I got my copy a TSC. The book has about all the information you will require.
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