- How far can a double 2X8 span without support?
- How far can a double 2X8 deck beam span?
- How much weight can a double 2X8 hold?
- How far can a triple 2X10 beam span?
- How far can a 3 ply 2X8 beam span?
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- How far can a double 2x10 beam span?
- Will a 2X8 span 12?
- How far can a double 2X10 beam span?
- How far can 2x8 span 12?
- What size beam do I need to span 16 feet?
- Will a 2X8 span 16 feet?

But first, generally, how far can a 2×8 span without support? Depending on various factors, the maximum span for a 2×8 floor joist is 16' 6”. The maximum span for roof rafters is 23' 9”. For headers, the maximum span is 11' 2”.

For example, a double 2×8 beam can span 8-ft. -0 in. when the deck joists are 6 ft. long.

The weight that can be supported by a double or triple wood headerSpan (feet)Weight Supported (lb)2 x 2" x 6"3 x 2" x 8"61680469083990103190

For a more normal-sized deck, the same beam can span 8', supporting a deck that is 8' wide. You can also triple a 2×10 beam. In that case, you could span up to 15' for decks that are 4' wide and up to 10' for decks that are 8' wide.

Dimensional Lumber Deck Beam Span ChartJoist SpansDouglas Fir-Larch, Hem-Fir, Spruce-Pine-Fir, Redwood, Cedars, Ponderosa Pine, Red Pine3-2X67'-1"3-2X89'-5"3-2X1011'-9"3-2X1213'-8"

Dimensional Lumber Deck Beam Span ChartJoist SpansDouglas Fir-Larch, Hem-Fir, Spruce-Pine-Fir, Redwood, Cedars, Ponderosa Pine, Red Pine3-2X67'-1"3-2X89'-5"3-2X1011'-9"3-2X1213'-8"

10 feetA double ply beam can span in feet if there is no overhang beyond it. A double 2x12 beam can span 12 feet, a double 2x10 can span 10 feet, and so on.

A rule of thumb is 1.5 times a joist's depth but in feet when spaced at 16” centers. In general, a 2×8 will span 1.5 x 8, so 12-feet.

10 feetA double ply beam can span in feet if there is no overhang beyond it. A double 2x12 beam can span 12 feet, a double 2x10 can span 10 feet, and so on.

Max. Live Load 60 lbs/ft2 (2873 N/m2)Maximum Span (ft - in)Nominal Size (inches)Joist Spacing Center to Center (inches)Lumber Grade2 x 121217' - 5"1615' - 1"2412' - 4"

Wood beam size for a 16 foot span:- as per general thumb rule, for a 16 foot span, size of wood beam or lumber joist should be 2×10 which placed at 16″ apart from centre used for residential building or projects or construction in which depth of section of beam is 250mm (10″) and width of beam is 50 mm or 2″.

Span is determined by species, grade, dimensions, spacing, use, and load. A rule of thumb is 1.5 times a joist's depth but in feet when spaced at 16” centers. In general, a 2×8 will span 1.5 x 8, so 12-feet. Based on all factors though, a 2×8 joist span is 7'-1” to 16'-6”, and a rafter 6'-7” and 23'-9”.

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