Sod can be a great way to spruce up your lawn, and it’s relatively easy to install. But, if you don’t have access to a large truck or trailer, you may wonder how many rolls of sod you can fit in a pickup truck. The answer depends on the size of the rolls and the size of your truck.
Smaller Roll Sizes
Smaller roll sizes are typically anywhere from 2 to 4 feet wide and 4 to 8 feet long. Depending on the size of your pickup truck’s bed, you should be able to fit anywhere from 10 to 20 rolls in the back. If you have a large crew cab truck with an extended bed, you may be able to fit even more.
Larger Roll Sizes
Larger roll sizes are usually 6 feet wide and 8 feet long. You will likely only be able to fit about 4 of these rolls in the back of your pickup truck. Again, if you have an extended bed or crew cab truck with lots of room in the back, you may be able to fit more.
- You can also use tarps or rope tied between the sides of your bed for additional support for larger rolls.
- Make sure that your sod is loaded securely and tightly so that it doesn’t shift during transport.
- If needed, make multiple trips instead of trying to cram too many rolls into one trip.
In conclusion, how many rolls of sod can you fit in a pickup truck? It depends on the size of your truck and the size of the sod rolls.
Generally speaking though, smaller roll sizes should be able to fit up 10-20 rolls while larger roll sizes will only allow for around 4-5 depending on your vehicle’s size. Be sure that all loads are properly secured before driving.