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75-1230.Same; placement of approved tie downs; roof protectors; over-the-top tie downs. (a) Approved tie downs shall be placed on a mobile home as follows:

(1) On any mobile home not less than 36 feet in length and not more than 50 feet in length, three frame tie downs shall be placed on each side, or three over-the-top tie downs shall be used or any combination thereof approved by the secretary;

(2) On any mobile home more than 50 feet in length and not more than 70 feet in length, four frame tie downs shall be placed on each side, or four over-the-top tie downs shall be used or any combination thereof approved by the secretary;

(3) On any mobile home more than 70 feet in length, five frame tie downs shall be placed on each side, or five over-the-top tie downs shall be used or any combination thereof approved by the secretary;

(4) On any doublewide mobile home, not more than 50 feet in length, three frame tie downs shall be placed on each side or three over-the-top tie downs shall be used, or any combination thereof approved by the secretary; and on any such mobile home more than 50 feet in length, four frame tie downs shall be used on each side or four over-the-top tie downs shall be used or any combination thereof approved by the secretary.

(b) Whenever over-the-top tie downs are required on any mobile home, one tie down shall be placed as close to each end of the mobile home as practicable, and the center tie down, if any, shall be located as close to the center of the mobile home as possible. The distance between all such adjacent tie downs shall be as nearly equal as practicable.

(c) Roof protectors shall be used with all over-the-top tie downs securing mobile homes not equipped with such tie downs by the manufacturer. Roof protectors shall be made of rust-resistant material and placed at stud and rafter locations on a mobile home.

(d) Over-the-top tie downs may be attached to the same ground anchor as frame tie downs.

History: L. 1974, ch. 375, § 5; L. 1978, ch. 340, § 3; L. 1998, ch. 83, § 2; July 1.



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