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Old 03-12-2012, 09:20 AM   #1
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Default Weight of engine/transmission?

Any idea how much a 4.6L engine with manual transmission connected might weigh? I'm deciding on whether to spring the extra money for a 2-ton hoist rather than a one ton hoist.
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The SOHC engine weighs 500 lbs, the T-45 tranny 110 lbs, through in another 50 lbs for other stuff and it comes our to 670--say 750 lbs max.

So, a 1-ton hoist will do it with plenty of room to spare...
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