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QUIK-TUBE 12 in. x 48 in. Building Form Tube

  • Rigid building forms used for a variety of column applications
  • Eliminates the need for building wood forms
  • Use below grade and up to 3 ft. above grade
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About This Product

The Quikrete QUIK-TUBE 12 in. x 48 in. Building Form eliminates the need to build wooden forms when pouring concrete foundations for porch and deck supports. This cylindrical form is made of many layers of fiber laminated with an adhesive to retain the concrete's water resulting in maximum strength.

Highlights

  • Made with high quality fiber and laminated with adhesive
  • Cylindrical form for porch and deck supports
  • Eliminates having to build wood form
  • Holds water for maximum curing and strength
  • Note: product may vary by store
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Product Information

Internet # 100318546

Model # 692203

Store SKU # 314636

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

48 in

Product Height (in.)

12 in

Product Length (in.)

12 in

Details

Concrete Form Type

Concrete Form Tube

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

See packaging.

Questions & Answers

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caret
Q:How many 60lb bags of concrete would I need to fill this tube
by|Mar 15, 2024
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A:  Quik-Tube 12 in. x 48 in. Building Form Tube, you will need seven of the Quikrete Concrete 60 lb. bags.

by|Apr 29, 2024
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    Q:How many bags of concrete does it take to fill up the tube?
    by|Mar 14, 2024
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    A:  Quik-Tube 12 in. x 48in. Building Form Tube, you will need approximately five of the 80 lb. bags of Quikrete Concrete Mix.

    by|Mar 15, 2024
      caret
      Q:Is it waterproof
      by|Jan 11, 2024
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      A:  QUIKRETE® QUIK-TUBES® are engineered from multiple layers of high-quality fiber laminated with an adhesive, with a special coating which resists moisture and facilitates even curing. They are water resistant, not completely waterproof, as they are designed as a temporary form to contain concrete while it cures. If you have further questions please contact our Customer Support team at 1-800-282-5828.

      by|Jan 31, 2024
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        Q:Can you use spray paint to color tube.
        by|Nov 21, 2023
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        A:  Yes you can. I used these to make large nut cracker Christmas decorations. Lots of paint red, black, white, and gold. No issues with paint not sticking.

        by|Jan 31, 2024

          A:  QUIKRETE® QUIK-TUBE®s are coated so that they resist moisture and promote even curing when concrete is placed within them. This coating will likely prevent the paint from bonding with the tube.

          by|Nov 27, 2023
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            Perfect size for setting 6X6 posts for gates or corner posts. You'll need this after pulling the old one out of the ground. The hole you will dig to get the old one out will most likely be oversized and that's where this comes in. You can get the new post exactly where the old one sat and back fill in around the QUIK-TUBE. At a depth of 24" and a 6X6 you will need approximately 150 +/- pounds of concrete.
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            You may find this very hard to believe, but I use these sono tubes to make six foot tall candles that are placed in the front yards of our neighbors during the Christmas season.
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              I cut the firm cardboard easily with a hacksaw to 16", then made a vertical cut so I could wrap it around an existing post. Then supported it replacing and packing the dirt at the outside circumference, then filled the inside with QUICKRETE. My first time, I took my time, and saved a lot of money on a repair job. By the way, our previous repair job gets a thumbs DOWN! But I'm retired and still learning. Also used some inexpensive strong ties.
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              Did what it was built for
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              Good for remodeling our deck. Sturdy and good quality
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