I'm looking to order twin straight steel ground rails for a mobile gauge weighing around 10000 lbs that will be able to move in and out of our production line. The gauge is to be on 4 wheels and I was thinking of ordering 2" square rails around 20 feet long to place in or on our concrete base, but wasn't sure if I needed to worry about the material or get a larger size rail to support such high weight. Any structural or mechanical or materials engineers out there who can point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.
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