4 seasons lawn&land

06-16-2009, 07:18 PM

How many deliveries will I be paying for with 80 tons of driveway stone? Basically I'm asking how much a tri-axle can carry.

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4 seasons lawn&land

06-16-2009, 07:18 PM

How many deliveries will I be paying for with 80 tons of driveway stone? Basically I'm asking how much a tri-axle can carry.

PROCUT1

06-16-2009, 11:48 PM

About 22 ton

GMTA

06-17-2009, 06:58 PM

Around here I get 26 ton on my distributors tri-axle truck. Either way your looking at 4 deliveries.

PlatinumLandCon

06-17-2009, 07:30 PM

22 is the max for a tri-axle. Tractor-trailer dumps are 34 I think.

4 seasons lawn&land

06-17-2009, 09:35 PM

Around here I get 26 ton on my distributors tri-axle truck. Either way your looking at 4 deliveries.

:confused: that would be 2 tons on the 4th load:drinkup:

:confused: that would be 2 tons on the 4th load:drinkup:

GMTA

06-17-2009, 10:01 PM

You should be able to get a discount related to delivery costs considering the amount of product purchased. Look into it....or you can just make 80 or so trips with that dump insert...haha

4 seasons lawn&land

06-17-2009, 10:13 PM

haha I actually did figure out how many trips it would take with the dump trailer just for kicks... 26. With the insert? IDK, 80 is probably about right.

Dirt Digger2

06-17-2009, 10:28 PM

they will either send you ~69 tons or ~92 tons (23 ton loads)...it is very difficult to get the quarry to send you a 10 ton load without paying for the full trucking rate

you also might want to ask what type of stone it is...if it is a light weight limestone 3 trucks might do it, where as if the stone is a heavy weight granite you might need 4 because of the volume to weight differences

you also might want to ask what type of stone it is...if it is a light weight limestone 3 trucks might do it, where as if the stone is a heavy weight granite you might need 4 because of the volume to weight differences

soopa

06-17-2009, 10:49 PM

If you're getting it delivered than you're going to get a "per ton" price on that much stone... so who cares how they do it.

A "load" is typically considered 20 ton plus, 20 ton is typically the minimum you need to order to avoid paying a trucking fee on top of the per ton cost.

The average load I get is 24.75 tons, I've received tri-axle loads as much as 27.9 tons.

A "load" is typically considered 20 ton plus, 20 ton is typically the minimum you need to order to avoid paying a trucking fee on top of the per ton cost.

The average load I get is 24.75 tons, I've received tri-axle loads as much as 27.9 tons.

STL Ponds and Waterfalls

06-18-2009, 12:13 AM

If you're getting it delivered than you're going to get a "per ton" price on that much stone... so who cares how they do it.

A "load" is typically considered 20 ton plus, 20 ton is typically the minimum you need to order to avoid paying a trucking fee on top of the per ton cost.

The average load I get is 24.75 tons, I've received tri-axle loads as much as 27.9 tons.

Same here! Basically that much stone would be about $5.50 per ton delivered

within a reasonable 15-20 mile radius.

A "load" is typically considered 20 ton plus, 20 ton is typically the minimum you need to order to avoid paying a trucking fee on top of the per ton cost.

The average load I get is 24.75 tons, I've received tri-axle loads as much as 27.9 tons.

Same here! Basically that much stone would be about $5.50 per ton delivered

within a reasonable 15-20 mile radius.

PlatinumLandCon

06-18-2009, 12:25 AM

Maybe grab 3 loads then finish up with the dump trailer as needed?

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