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(2000 sq. ft.) X (1 in.) X (1 ft. / 12 in.) = 167 cu. ft.

(167 cu. ft.) X (1 cu. yd. / 27 cu. ft.) = 6.2 cu. yd.

Full size pickup truck will hold 2 to 3 cu. yd.

Tandem axle box truck will hold 10 cu. yd.

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Q: How much dirt would you need to cover 2000 sq ft 1 inch thick?
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How much surface does a yard of dirt cover that is 2 inches thick?

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