# Weight of Gravel Per Cubic Yard?

The weight of gravel per cubic yard is estimated by the specific weight of size based gravel. Generally gravel ranges from 85 to 125 lb. per cubic foot. Then one can calculate the weight of the gravel.
Q&A Related to "Weight of Gravel Per Cubic Yard?"
 1. Approximate the specific weight of your gravel based on the particle size. Gravel ranges from 85 to 125 lb. per cubic foot. Gravel with high percentages of small particles will http://www.ehow.com/how_8730973_calculate-per-cubi...
 It depends on the size of your gravel (the amount of air trapped between the rocks) If you have small gravel (decomposed granite) it'll weigh more - if you have larger rocks, (river http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_a_cubic_yard_o...
 A cubic yard of gravel weighs approximately 2750 lbs. That is over one ton! Did you know that it would take nine loads in a three cubic foot wheelbarrow to carry one cubic yard? http://www.ask.com/web-answers/Business/Constructi...
 Crushed Aggregate will weigh on the average 1.4 tons http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-the-average...