# How much does a treated 2x6x8 weight?

Weight (lb) | ||
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Nominal Dimension (in x in) | Length (ft) | |

2 x 8 | 21 | 32 |

2 x 10 | 27 | 40 |

2 x 12 | 32 | 48 |

Also question is, how much does a treated 2x4x8 weigh?

A kiln dried **2x4x8 weighs** in on the lighter end at around 9 lbs while the pressure **treated** 2×4 **weighs** in closer to the 17 lb range.

Similarly, how much does treated wood weigh? **Treated Wood** A 12-foot length of **treated**, yellow pine 5/4-by-6 decking will **weigh** an **average** of 13.87 pounds (within a range of 10.65 to 17.08 pounds). If not fully dry, **treated wood** can contain up to 4.5 gallons of water, adding as **much** as 17.4 pounds to the weight of the 12-foot board.

In this way, how much does a treated 4x6x16 weigh?

A dry, **treated**, 4x4 x 12' **weighs** just about 30 lbs (I have had occasion to **weigh** several). A wet (soggy) one **can** hit 40+ lbs, easy. 4x6 x 8' = 4x4 x 12' , so your 4x6 **should weigh** just about the same. Southern Yellow Pine **weighs** in at a little over 40 pounds per cubic foot.

How much does a pressure treated 6x6 weigh?

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Weight of Pressure-Treated Lumber (Southern Yellow Pine, Longleaf) | ||
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4 x 16 | 3.5 x 15.25 | 15.35 |

6 x 6 | 5.5 x 5.5 | 8.69 |

6 x 8 | 5.5 x 7.25 | 11.46 |

6 x 10 | 5.5 x 9.25 | 14.62 |