Mickey, please check into your local building code.
Kel, we do have multiple options for stair stringer ranging from 2 to 6, and 8 step stringers. Please use the drop down menu to select the number of steps you would like.
buy the 2 and trace on a 2x12x12
Do you have any stair wood to as Higthlang of 10 feet.??
I have a total height from garage floor to basement floor of 71.5 and a length of 78 inches what size riser works? it seems like the 8 step would be too short, please help. Thanks, Don
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No. You'll need approximately 14 step stringers for a rise of 98". Here's a link to a stair calculator. https://www.mycarpentry.com/stair-calculator.html
I think you are asking what the run measurement is. That's the measurement from the front of the stair to the back. This stringer is listed at 11.25". The minimum tread run is 11" with no overhand, 10 nose-to-nose if there is overhang.
These are southern yellow pine so they can take more load. The minimum width is 3 1/2" so it is the same as a 2x4. The following calculator should allow you to figure out the maximum span for 2x4 southern pine (southern yellow pine). http://www.awc.org/codes-standards/calculators-software/spancalc
Please speak with your local PRO associate for availability & special order options.