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downloads & support. download pergola assembly guide: previous next. step 4. attaching the main beam(s) to the posts. the next job to tackle is attaching the main beam to the posts. line up the pre-drilled holes on the posts and the main beams and thread the coach bolts through. if it seems a bit tight, gently tap the bolt through with a non

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i have read though dca6-09 in particular the post to beam attachment details in figure 8. my deck design is fairly close to what is described in figure 19 but i would like to extend the posts up past the deck to support the pergola. if i support the 2 2" thick beams by notching the (6x6) posts that will remove 2/3 of the material.

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the span is 12' from post to post. the beam is 2x6 cedar, with 2" x 2" notches where the pergola joists connect with a six inch screw coming in from the top. i'm thinking up putting 2x6 cedar diagonals at the posts to the beam, connecting at the first pergola joist on each side (20" from post) at a 45 degree angle.

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the support beams attach to the posts and carry the load of the structure. you will need two to four beams on each side. for our 8-foot tall pergola we cut our posts to measure 7-1/2 feet from the ground. the rafters on top will eventually add another six inches to the height (image 1 below). attach the rest of the beams in the same way.

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