I would call your store(s). There is a nationwide shortage of pressure treated lumber currently. The store may know inoming deliveries
There is currently a nationwide pressure-treated lumber shortage so it may be awhile. You can check other stores and local suppliers but it’s generally slim pickings
YOU NEED CHECK YOUR LOCAL STORE FOR AMOUNT OFSUPPY OF 4X4 10' LONG.
you would need to contact online order support, a different local store, or corporate support in Atlanta ga.
This 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. #2 Pressure-Treated Timber weighs between 41 and 48.5 pounds as a new wet pressure treated timber according to the website below that calculates the weight of wood based on the size, length and type of wood. https://learnframing.com/calculate-weight-pine-treated-green/ The weight of wood increases the higher the moisture content is in the wood and also depending on the type of wood as some types of woods are more dense than others and some types of woods can also hold more moisture than others. A 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. timber can weigh approximately 31 pounds when it is completely dry (no moisture content) and weigh between 41 and 48.5 pounds when the timber is new pressure treated for above or below ground. I.e. new or wet pressure treated wood always weighs more than wood that is completely dry due to moisture adding weight to the wood. It is not possible to give an exact weight for pressure treated timber without knowing the moisture content of the timber since the weight of pressure treated timber decreases as the timber dries out over time from when the timber was pressure treated. How long it takes for pressure treated timber to dry and lose moisture depends on the temperature and humidity at the location where the timber is stored or used.
No, it is not kiln-dried
Neither. They are not dried after treatment. They will be free of surface moisture and not dripping, but not otherwise dried.
I HAVE BOUGHT IN 8' 10' 12' AND16' PUT THEM MY SELF.
It is pressure-treated which means it will last for many, many years outside.
This is the 10ft and if you search for the same size but 12 foot, it will come up.