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Q.) How much does a house weigh and
How much weight can a rural two-lane bridge Hold???

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a wooden bridge? who were the movers, his drinking buddies?
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it depends on the bridge as well as the "house". US infrastructure is in the most terrible shape so we'll be sing more and more pictures such as these.



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That's actually an excellent location to settle that house. Fantastic water view for sure.
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^^^ until the spring runoff.



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Mobile Home Weight=X
Bridge capacity=Y
Object Lesson ΔY<X


And sorry about your addition.

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Mobile Home Weight=X
Bridge capacity=Y
Object Lesson ΔY<X


And sorry about your addition.
X + Y = Arkansas
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That's actually an excellent location to settle that house. Fantastic water view for sure.
Shane always said get the best real estate you can, close to moving water. I think this qualifies.

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X + Y = Arkansas
I was figuring Tennessee but close enough.

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