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One is going to assume they came off HWY 62. In which case they came down a very small 2 lane curvy road, If they continue on 187 they have more of the same with another small bridge crossing. IF they go out through Holiday Island they are headed up and down and back and forth for another 5-10 miles which begs where are they going and why did their GPS take them that way? Not a lot of decent places to turn around once they got off the highway. Still begs the question of WHY?

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10 hours ago, jdmidwest said:

That is why they call it a suspension bridge.  Just what the engineers had intended.

I've seen a few deflection test's on bridge material.  While it's Impossible to tell from the video I've never seen one deflect that much.  This is a spud barge crane access ramp we fabricated out of 100 KSI min yield steel.  It's been a few years but I think they are rated at 200,000 pounds each and I think these counter weight billets weighed 350,000 for this test. 

ramp load test 1.jpeg

ramp load test.jpeg

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