trailer is 70Lx46Wx23H
i believe a tri axlw will hold about 14 yards of top soil A Tri-Axle will hold up to20 - 25 yards of soil depending on weight. A Tandem will hold about 14 - 17 yards of soil. Tri-axle can hold about 30 yards of mulch. How much it will hold, depends on the size of the box. I can 'legally' load 20 yds of 'pit-run' (gravel) in a 24 foot tandem trailer (in my province).
The type of tractor trailer that can hold the heaviest loads is a Semi-Trailer truck. This is the heaviest truck that is allowed on the roads.
Depends what kind of trailer.
A typical tractor trailer unit, with a total of five axles, can typically carry between 23 and 25 tons legally, dependent on the tare weight of the tractor and trailer. The legal interstate gross weight rating for such a setup is 80,000 lbs.
None. They use diesel fuel, which a North American tractor might hold up to 300 US gallons of (although 250, give or take, is a bit more common).
A ten foot spread axle trailer is allowed 20,000 lbs. per axle, for a total of 40,000 lbs.
84.47 cu yd
It depends on the tractor.
There are various sizes of tractor buckets and each can hold different loads. For a 60 inch tractor bucket, it can hold 1/3 cubic yard.
A dry van can typically hold up to 44,000lbs. depending on the exact weight of the trailer itself. Rest a sure if you go over the gross over 80,000lbs you will be ticketed $1 a pound. Also you got to deal with three axles. Steer, Rear, and Trailer Axles, 12,000,34,000,34,000. If you go over that on the axles you will also be ticketed $1 a pound by the DOT if caught.
I assume you mean cubic yards. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 5*10*4=200 cubic feet 200/27 =7.4 cubic yards