Weight of Gravel Per Cubic Yard?

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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.
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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
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It's usually between 130-135 lbs per cubic foot, depending on quarry, etc. etc. Converted to cubic yards (x27) = 3510 - 3645 lbs. per cubic yard.
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Crushed Aggregate will weigh on the average 1.4 tons
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1 cubic yard equals 1 ton, may change slightly depending on whether the soil is wet or dry. Tons per Cubic Yard Conversions. Topsoil 1.0 tons per cubic yard. Mulch 0.5 tons per cubic
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