Q: How many lbs of soil are in 075 cu ft?

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4 x 8 x 6 inch = 4 x 8 x .5 = 16 cu ft soil weighs 100 lbs/cu ft = 1600 pounds 1600/40 = 40 bags

Without knowing a cubic foot of WHAT- there is no way to answer your question.

48 foot trailer: 3000 cu. ft. or 30,000 lbs 53 foot trailer: 3400 cu. ft. or 34,000 lbs.

2.09 cu yds

At an average of about 30 lbs per cubic foot, that is about 20/30 = 2/3 cubic feet. A little less if wet, about 1 cu ft if really dry

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The answer is specific to the product in the cu ft. A cu ft of water will be different than that of a cu ft of feathers ETC.

There are many differences between cu ft. and lbs. These are all very different ways to measure very different things.

0.2836 lbs./Cu. In. OR 460 lbs. / cu. ft.

4 x 8 x 6 inch = 4 x 8 x .5 = 16 cu ft soil weighs 100 lbs/cu ft = 1600 pounds 1600/40 = 40 bags

Without knowing a cubic foot of WHAT- there is no way to answer your question.

35 to 40 lbs per cu ft

search engine says that: 1 ft^3 = 62.42797 lbs; so, 4.3 cubic ft = 268.440271 lbs; forgive me.

Avg Density of soil in one cu m is approximately 1590 Kgs to 1766 Kgs

lets see:1 US gallon = 0.133680556 cubic feetconcrete weights about 150 lbs / cu ft.145 lbs unreinforced.145 x .133680556 = 19.38368062 lbs

48 foot trailer: 3000 cu. ft. or 30,000 lbs 53 foot trailer: 3400 cu. ft. or 34,000 lbs.

That depends on what substance you fill the drum with. -- If you fill it with air, you can only put a few pounds in it. -- If you fill it with water, it'll hold about 460 pounds. -- If you fill it with lead or concrete, you can put in a lot more pounds than that.

The answer will depend on the depth of the soil cover.