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# Rebars - Weights

### Rebar Weight

Rebars - Weights
Rod NumberRod Size
(in)
Rod Weight
(lb per linear foot)
2 0.250 = 1/4" 0.17
3 0.375 = 3/8" 0.38
4 0.500 = 1/2" 0.67
5 0.625 = 5/8" 1.04
6 0.750 = 3/4" 1.50
7 0.875 = 7/8" 2.04
8 1.000 = 1" 2.67
9 1.128 = 1 1/8" 3.40
10 1.270 = 1 1/4" 4.30
11 1.410 = 1 3/8" 5.31
14 1.693 = 1 3/4" 7.65
18 2.257 = 2 1/4" 13.60
• 1 in = 25.4 mm
• 1 lb/ft = 1.5 kg/m

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