#8 Limestone - 3/8" down to 1/4" - Used in the manufacturing of asphalt, blocks, concrete and as a road stone
      Finish coating. Gray in color and easier to walk on than larger stone.
  #57 Limestone - 1-1/4" down to 3/8" - Used in the manufacture of asphalt, concrete and as a little heavier road
      covering. Gray in color and more durable than #8 Limestone
  #4 Limestone - 2" down to 3/4" - Used as a road base and as a finish covering in muddier applications. Gray in
      color and difficult to walk on.
  #2 Limestone - 4" down to 1-1/2" - Used as a road base at the beginning of the road building process. Often
      used for construction, drilling and logging access. Gray in color and very difficult to walk on.
  Rip - Rap - 12" down to 3" - Used to control erosion and in some landscaping applications. Gray in color and
      nearly impossible to walk on.
  Crusher Run - 1-3/4" down to dust - Used as a compacted sub-base under concrete and asphalt. It is often
      applied as a finish coat for roads. Many people think that it takes on the appearance of concrete
      when used on a road. Gray to dark gray in color and very easy to walk on.
  Dust / Choke - 3/8" down to dust - Used as a choking medium for coarser stone. If put down properly, it makes
      a closed surface that compacts tightly and is resistant to rutting. Gray in color and very easy
      to walk on.

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