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0441 Roof Trusses that are Too Long - Roof Framing - Trusses
 
0441 Roof Trusses that are Too Long - Roof Framing - Trusses -

Image Text: If a truss is too long, the top chord will not be sitting on the wall but, on a cantilevered part of the bottom chord > this is not desirable because high localized stresses can develop in this area > this end of the truss has proper bearing > wall studs

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