80lb bag converts to what size pavers.

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80lb bag converts to what size pavers.

Postby Handy » Tue May 01, 2007 11:00 pm

If I mix up a 80lb of concrete and poured it in a form what would the thickness be? 24x24x? & 36x36x?

Postby Dirtman » Wed May 02, 2007 11:50 am

Too thin! An 80# bag of Sacrete or Quikrete will only produce approximately 6/10 of 1 cubic foot. It takes 45 - 80# bags to make 1 cubic yard.

For a 24" x 24" area, the thickness will be approximately 1.8 inches (1-13/16").

For a 36" x 36" area, the thickness will be approximately 0.8 inches (13/16").
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