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tom5420

06:20AM | 05/08/04
Member Since: 05/07/04
2 lifetime posts
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hello, looking to find how much sand to order for a sand box thats 8x8x1. thanks

tom

joed

07:12AM | 05/08/04
Member Since: 09/17/02
524 lifetime posts
If you want to fill it full 8x8x1 is 16 cubic feet of sand. A cubic yard is 27 cubic feet so 1/2 yard should be good.

WillyE

06:46PM | 05/08/04
Member Since: 04/18/04
12 lifetime posts
8x8x1= 64 cubic feet

64 cubic feet= 2.37 cubic yards

Assuming all measurements are accurate; 2.37 cubic yds would fill the sandbox to the brim. If you ordered 2 cubic yds, the sandbox would be filled up approx 10.12 inches.


joed

05:10PM | 05/11/04
Member Since: 09/17/02
524 lifetime posts
Wylie is correct. I don't how I came up with that figure. 8x8=64. back to 2nd grade I guess.
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