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Cubic Feet Calculator

A cubic feet calculator helps to calculate the volume of a given item or space in a cubic feet.

How To Calculate

Measure the length , width and hight in feet and multiply the results together, For example, a storage unit 10 ft long, 6 ft wide and 8 ft high could be described as having a capacity of 480 cubic feet (10 x 6 x 8=480).


Cargo Van & Truck Size Comparison

Compare the storage space by cubic feet for a cargo van, 12 foot truck, 16 foot truck, 22 foot truck and a 26 foot truck.

Cargo Van: How Many Cubic Feet is a Cargo Van?

The average cargo van is about 490 cubic feet of space which is great to move furniture or general cargo in it.

How Many Cubic Feet is a Cargo Van?

12 Foot Truck: How Many Cubic Feet is a 12 Foot Truck?

A 12 foot moving truck can hold about 450 cubic feet with a load capacity of around 3000 pounds.

How Many Cubic Feet is a 12 Foot Truck?

16 Foot Truck: How Many Cubic Feet is a 16 Foot Truck?

The 16 foot truck can hold around 800 cubic feet with a load capacity of about 4300 pounds.

How Many Cubic Feet is a 16 Foot Truck?

22 Foot Truck: How Many Cubic Feet is a 22 Foot Truck?

The 22 foot truck can hold around 1200 cubic feet with a load capacity of about 10,000 pounds.

How Many Cubic Feet is a 22 Foot Truck?

26 Foot Truck: How Many Cubic Feet is a 26 Foot Truck?

The 26 foot truck can hold around 1700 cubic feet with a load capacity of about 10,000 pounds.

How Many Cubic Feet is a 26 Foot Truck?


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How Big Is a Cargo Van?
  2. How Many Cubic Feet is a Cargo Van?
  3. How Many Cubic Feet is a 12 Foot Truck?
  4. How Many Cubic Feet is a 16 Foot Truck?
  5. How Many Cubic Feet is a 22 Foot Truck?
  6. How Many Cubic Feet is a 26 Foot Truck?