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Oct 25, 2010· Answered 2010-10-25 19:12:22. One cubic yard of river rock will weigh around 4,050 lbs. or 2.03 tons. You can make this conversion as follows: The cubic foot weight of …
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Apr 20, 2007· #5 I know its a bit of a weird question since I stated in in 'yards' not 'tons'. Reason I ask is that I have an area of a potential job in which the customer wants to replace want amounts to 2 yds of mulch @ 2" depth with 3-5" delaware river rock.
25 x 3.14 = 78.5; 5 x 0.25 (3 inches of pea gravel, in feet) = 19.625; 19.625 ÷ 27 = 0.72 cubic yards; You can also multiply the length and width of the circle and multiply by 0.8 or 80% to reach an approximate but usable area. In this example, your project would need 0.94 tons of river rock. Calculating River Rock Coverage by Weight