How Many Wheelbarrows in a Cubic Yard?


The average wheelbarrow can hold 2 to 3 cubic feet per load. 2 cubic foot wheebarrow is more shallow than a 3 cubic foot wheelbarrow, which is considered a full size. Therefore, depending on the size of the wheelbarrow it can take 10 to 14 full loads to equal a cubic yard. 
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Somewhere between, 0,08 and 0,12 depending on your wheelbarrow.
A contractor's wheelbarrow has a 6 cu ft capacity, but a homeowner's wheelbarrow has only 4 cu ft capacity. Here's an example of each type:
A cubic yard is a way of measuring (unit of volume) and is 27 cubic feet. A cubic yard can also be referred to as 36 by 36 by 36 (36 in tall by 36 in wide by 36 in deep).
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