Minn. R. 1350.3200 - NUMBER OF TIES REQUIRED
Number of Ties Required Per Side of Single Wide1 Manufactured Homes2.
This table is based on a minimum working load per anchor of 3,150 pounds with a 50 percent overload (4,725 pounds total).
|Length of Manufactured Home3 (Feet)||No. of Vertical Ties||No. of Diagonal Ties5||No. of Baling Straps||No. of Diagonal Ties6|
|up to 40||2||3||2||3|
1 Double-wide manufactured homes require only the diagonal ties specified in column 3, and these shall be placed along the outer side walls.
2 Except when the anchoring system is designed and approved by a registered professional engineer.
3 Length of manufactured home (as used in this table) means length excluding draw bar.
4 Alternate method. When this method is used, an approved reinforcement means shall be provided. If baling is used to accomplish this reinforcement, part 1350.2600, subpart 2, item F, applies.
5 Diagonal ties in this method shall deviate at least 40 degrees from vertical.
6 Diagonal ties in this method shall be 45 degrees + 5 degrees from vertical and shall be attached to the nearest main frame member.
Statutory Authority: MS s 327.33; 327B.01 to 327B.12
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