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Old 11-29-2019, 05:43 PM   #1
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"Wash Out" Road Material

Does anyone have any recommendations/comments on using washout as a base for a road? I am about to start building a rock road for access to a pole barn. I am exploring my options and was looking into using this as a base material. (It is too far and I am too tight to pour concrete to it..) It is about half the price of anything else but I do not know much about it. I am going to be putting down geo-textile fabric first. I was thinking about going with a washout base over the Geo-textile Fabric with crushed asphalt, crushed concrete, or limestone over it. Just want to get some info from anyone who has experience with these materials before I start the job.

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Old 11-29-2019, 09:39 PM   #2
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Ask around about TXDOT road base. Seems it has a number attached like TXDOT310. I used a little bit for a trailer parking pad and it set up hard. Maybe call Smart Materials in Liberty just to get the correct name, and maybe a price.
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I have used wash out for years as a road base on my ranch. I find the stuff works very well and will set up extremely hard. The only drawback I have about wash out is that it is dusty when things are dry. However if you top it with something like screened post oak you will be fine. I have it as pads where I park equipment. It is extremely cost friendly if you can find a good concrete company who is not proud of it. I think I paid about $200 a 16 yard load delivered to my location.
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