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    LHBA Member rreidnauer's Avatar
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    It took you a entire week? You must be gettin' old.

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    Nice pics!!!!
    Love seeing the insides!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John17three View Post
    Bumping my post for progress. Up to 5 courses now. If you're curious, my build is a 30x30 LHBA plans built on 4' stem wall. The logs pictures are about 15" to 16" butts and 13-14 tops. See pic:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    I built this home last week, 30x30.

    Ronnie, how tall are the walls to the cap log, and also how much wall will the owner end up with on the loft area? I'm doing a 30x30 and was curious what I was looking at dimensionally.

    I also noticed a two piece cap log on there. Can you help me understand what's going on there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    It took you a entire week? You must be gettin' old.

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    Walls are around 13', loft will have 3-4' side walls. Load bearing logs had to be stamped, only one of the long logs met the grade criteria, so we had 4 shorter logs stamped and did 2 piece cap logs
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    Hey Ronnie,

    Do you have any pictures of you setting RPSLs on any of your builds? I plan to frame and deck the 1st floor before setting logs, but just started thinking that those floor joists @16" OC are gonna make for a tight fit. Any secrets, or am I over thinking it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch View Post
    Hey Ronnie,

    Do you have any pictures of you setting RPSLs on any of your builds? I plan to frame and deck the 1st floor before setting logs, but just started thinking that those floor joists @16" OC are gonna make for a tight fit. Any secrets, or am I over thinking it?
    Well, my concrete RPSL columns didn't jive with the 16" OC for my TJI joists, so I left one out in the middle. I'll probably end up mounting them to the RPSL somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch View Post
    Hey Ronnie,

    Do you have any pictures of you setting RPSLs on any of your builds? I plan to frame and deck the 1st floor before setting logs, but just started thinking that those floor joists @16" OC are gonna make for a tight fit. Any secrets, or am I over thinking it?
    Just cut a hole in your floor and header off your joists with a few hangers. That's what I did at least.

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