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    Hi I am building a car port and wanted to use 2x2x1/8 galvanized steel with no center post. The length between ends is 20’. I will only be using very thin light weight corigated sheets on top of it My question is will I run into any sag in the center or will the 2x2x1/8 do fine ? Only reason I’m...
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