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New home, weights

Postby turnerwest@hotmail.com » Fri Mar 02, 2007 8:42 pm

Hello and thank you for your time whoever you are out there. I am buying a new home and the woman and I want to put a home gym and free weights up in the second floor "Great Room". The home gym wieghs about 600 pounds, the free wieghts wiegh 900 pounds then add the treadmill and some other equipment which wieghs about 500 more pounds and you have a total of 2000 pounds not includind two or three people using the equipment. The room size is 25X20 and is over a garage if that matters, I am trying to find out the size of the floor joists now
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