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I came across 100 #4 and #5 I beams varying from 20'-30'.

Anyone ever build anything creative with them?

Any ideas ?
 

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No ideas, unless you have a small creek crossing you'd like to bridge for foot/ATV travel.

Something like this dip where my Rzr is sitting. I have to go slow there, or it jolts my back too hard.

 

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What are #4 and # 5 dimensions?

I’ve made a log splitter out of a 5x12
Smaller would make good corner post or a permanent tower stand
 

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where are you located ? you want to come pick some up?
Franklin county. I'm not an I-beam expert so how heavy is a #4 or #5 I beam? I am definitely intrigued.
 

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So I’m hearing 4” and 5”? Do you know the weight per foot of any of them.

Either is a damn good size for building stuff if you have a welder and a way to cut them.
Im interested in some if they are not all already spoken for. Let me know.
 

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Franklin county. I'm not an I-beam expert so how heavy is a #4 or #5 I beam? I am definitely intrigued.
#4 measures at 10" x 22"
#5 measures at 10" x 26"
Weight depends on length. They range from 20'-30' so 450-750 pounds
 
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