How Many Tons of Gravel in a Dump Truck?


A single dump truck can carry about 15 tons or 12 cubic yards of gravel. 1 cubic yard is about 1.25 tons and will cover a space about 10' x 15' x 2'. If you need a smaller amount, you can usually make arrangements to haul your own gravel.
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12 ton.
Transfer dump trucks typically haul between 26 & 27 tons of aggregate
The maximum loaded vehicle weight for trucks traveling on the U.S. interstate system and on U.S. highways is 80,000 pounds. State highways and other county and local roads and bridges
Average cost about $25-30 per ton plus $100 est. for del per load. Call a few: Sand Springs Sand & Gravel,918) 245-3593. Kevin Davis Inc (918) 280-0717. report this answer
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