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    Question Texas Tony

    I am building a 120 MPH rated 115' x 20', 7' to 10' high Pole Barn, Lean to design without any walls, metal roof.
    Can I get assistance on the treated lumber post diameters.
    Thank you

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    LHBA Member rreidnauer's Avatar
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    I don't have the information to answer that, but I am wondering how you're going to get that barn to go that fast!!!

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    LHBA Member rreidnauer's Avatar
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    On a more serious note though, have you considered (used) telephone poles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    On a more serious note though, have you considered (used) telephone poles?

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    The power company gave me a couple of poles that they were taking down in the neighborhood. All I had to do was sign a waiver and haul them down the road to my lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by r5t0ut21 View Post
    The power company gave me a couple of poles that they were taking down in the neighborhood. All I had to do was sign a waiver and haul them down the road to my lot
    Save a 9 footer for your mailbox My old retired military neighbor worked for the phone company for his 2nd retirement and his mailbox had been hit a couple times. His current mailbox is on a nice retired telephone pole that he set 5 feet deep in the ground. I feel sorry for whoever hits it someday.

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