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What size beam is needed for 11 foot span with 200+- load?

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What size beam is needed for 11 foot span with 200+- load?

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New construction for roof of outdoor gate/fence.

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No. this is a Japanese style decorative roof

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Some of it with help from a fence person

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Any helpful resources would help.

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200 +- what of load? Pounds? Pounds per foot?

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