How Much Does a Cubic Yard of Gravel Weigh?


A cubic yard of gravel weighs approximately 3000 lbs. Gravel is a commercial rock product used on roadways and driveways. It is made of rock fragments that range in size from granule to boulder sized.
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2800 pounds more or less depending on the size of the gravel and whether it is wet.
A cubic foot of dry, loose gravel with 1/4" to 2" stones is 105 pounds
One yard of PEA Gravel weighs approximately 3,000 pounds
1. Multiply the total number of tons by 2,000 to convert the unit of measurement from tons to pounds. Therefore, if you have four tons of sand gravel, it would equate to 8,000 pounds
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