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Depends on the size of the dump truck bed, however if you have a 20 cubic yard bed on the dump truck and you fill it up, you'll have 50 loads. 1000 divided by 20 equals 50. If your dump bed was 30 cubic yards, like mine is, there would be 33.3333 loads. This also depends on the weight of the material, as the more dense the material the more it will weigh and the less you can legally haul.

Q: How many dump truck loads in one thousand cubic yards?

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2,000 cubic feet = 74.07 cubic yards.

multiply the number of square yards - which is an area - by the average height in yards to get the volume in cubic yards

110 cubic yards (rounded)

A cord of wood occupies a volume of 128 cubic feet.[1] Step 1: The volume of the room is:LxWxH = (8 yards)(8 yards)(5 yards) = 320 cubic yards------------------------------------------------------------------------------[2] Step 2: Converting that into feet where 3 feet = 1 yard, you get the following:(3 feet)^3 = (1 yard)^327 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard(320 cubic yards)(27 cubic feet / 1 cubic yard) = 8640 cubic feet.------------------------------------------------------------------------------[3] Step 3: Now you just divide:8640 cubic feet of space / 128 cubic feet of wood = 67.5 cords!!

55-ft x 12-ft x 18-ft = 11,880 cubic feet 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard 11,880 cubic feet = 440 cubic yards

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How many cubic yards will my dump truck hold it is 16x5.5x8

14 cubic yards

At U-Haul, the smallest truck that will hold 40 cubic yards (1,080 cubic feet) is a 24-foot truck. You will also need to check the weight capacity.

Neither a 14-foot truck nor a 17-foot truck is large enough to hold 40 cubic yards.

Well you figger a dump truck hauls 12 yards... that's 33 truck loads.

I would like to see 20 cubic yards on a tandem. I would hate to pay that overload ticket.

The average tandem axle truck can carry about 12 cubic yards of soil. Generally, a tandem axle truck has three axles.

20

Roughly 10 cubic yards (or 270 cubic feet).

Truck G can fit 20 boxes that measure 1 cubic yard each. Therefore, it has a total capacity of 20 cubic yards. Truck H is twice as large as Truck G, so its capacity is 2 times 20 cubic yards, or 40 cubic yards. To determine the number of boxes that can fit into Truck H, we need to know the volume of each box in cubic yards. If we assume that all boxes have the same volume as the ones that fit into Truck G (1 cubic yard each), then Truck H can fit 40 boxes. So, the measurement that can be used to determine the amount of boxes that can fit into Truck H is its total capacity in cubic yards.

Need to know the specifics of the dump truck you had in mind. Tandem axle dumps in the company I work for... if they have a 'dirt tub' body, they can carry 16 cubic yards. The ones with the 'rock tub' dump bodies can carry 15 cubic yards.

It can vary, but usually 10 cubic yards.