need pergola rafter span advice. help. i'm planning three 6"x6" posts spaced 10' apart along the back and three across the front with 2x10s sandwiching the posts to form the main beam support. these will only span 10' each with bolts through the posts.
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to shorten the span, install two additional posts to bring the centre distance to around a maximum of 10' (less if possible). so for this particular pergola we'd need to position posts at 5' in from the outside posts, giving the two 5' spaces and a 10' space in the middle.