Truck beds come in all shapes and sizes, which means the amount of cubic yards that can fit in a truck bed will depend on the size of the truck bed itself. The most common size of a truck bed is 8 feet long, 4 feet, 6 inches wide and 2 feet deep.
This size will typically hold up to 2 cubic yards of material, depending on how densely packed it is.
However, larger trucks may allow for more cubic yards to fit in the back. A 10 foot long truck bed may hold up to 3 cubic yards, while a 12 foot long truck bed may hold up to 4 cubic yards.
Additionally, those with longer beds may be able to stack items higher than the standard 2 feet deep, allowing for even more material to be loaded into the back.
In addition to length and depth, width can also play a role in how much fits into a truck bed. For example, most 8-foot truck beds are only 4 feet 6 inches wide; however some trucks have wider beds that measure 5 or 6 feet across. A wider bed allows for more material to fit into each row due to its added width.
The amount of cubic yards that can fit in a truck bed depends on the size and dimensions of the bed itself. Most 8 foot long beds can fit up to 2 cubic yards of material but larger beds can hold up to 4 cubic yards or more depending on how densely packed it is and its overall dimensions. Wider beds also allow for more material per row due their increased width