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A: Seriously doubt that would conform to code.
A: Hi Chrisd, This is McKenzie from Simpson Strongtie. We don't have any testing that supports the DJT in a splice application. Thank you, have a great day.
A: Minimum 3/8” hot dipped galvanized carriage bolt
A: Hello Bird, this is McKenzie with Simpson Strong-Tie. Your connector selection depends on orientation and load resistance requirements. If the rim joist is attached to the side of the post, a DJT could be an option. If the rim joist is sitting on top of the post, we do not have a specific post cap for a single 2x member. In this case if the beam is flush to the outside of the post an 'L' bracket or LCE/AC/LPC could be options.
A: Hi Bear, this is Ricardo from Simpson Strong-Tie. Thank you for your inquiry. We want to make sure we address your question regarding the DJT. The DJT is designed to attach a 2x4 wood member to the side of a 4x4 wood member. In order to better understand how you intend to use it and make sure it is the best connector for you, please contact the Simpson Strong-Tie Customer Service team at 800-999-5099. We look forward to hearing from you!
A: Hi Bill, This is Ayman With Simpson Strong-Tie. Yes you can use 8-SD10212 (#10 SD screws 2.5" long) to install DJT connector. Please visit the product page for more information. https://www.strongtie.com/deckties_decks/djt_tie/p/djt
A: I assume so but I used star headed 2 1/2" deck screws