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I wanted to put some subfloor in my attic for storage totes Christmas items I’m concerned about the weight on the beams just from the sub floor alone there to buy 10 inch span is about 24

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The centers are not consistent anywhere from 15 to 18 spacing

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The centers are not consistent anywhere from 15 to 18 spacing

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