How Much Weight Will a 2x6 Support?

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The amount of weight a 2x6 can support depends on a number of factors. The longer a board is, the weaker it will be in the center. it also depends on the type of wood, because some of them are stronger than others. If there are any imperfections in the wood (knots or spits) the wood will be weaker as well.
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