Q: How many gallons in a 6 inch pipe 10 foot long?

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0.6528 gallon per foot (rounded)

0.212 331 gallons per foot.

There need not be any water at all in the pipe. The capacity of the pipe is approx 3.4 Imperial gallons.

36.83 u.s. gallons of water in 1 ft. of 30" pipe

14.7 gallons of water.

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0.255 gallons per foot of pipe. A 10 ft long pipe that size holds 2.55 gallons.

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36.7 US gallons.

For a 1-inch line, there are approximately 0.01866 gallons per foot.