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Old 02-14-2011, 04:18 PM   #1
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How much does the 19" wheel and tire with the Brembo package weigh?
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The package weighs 34.6lbs so minus the box and whatever package material I'd say 32lbs roughly.
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Wow, that is really heavy. I'd figure they would be less than 30lbs.
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The package weighs 34.6lbs so minus the box and whatever package material I'd say 32lbs roughly.
Thanks, I am assuming you are talking about the wheel weighing 32lbs as checking on TireRack the tires weigh around 29lbs.

I am asking this question to see if my screwed up back can take removing the wheel and tire.
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I took off my wheel and tire and they weighed 55lbs
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Thanks, I am assuming you are talking about the wheel weighing 32lbs as checking on TireRack the tires weigh around 29lbs.

I am asking this question to see if my screwed up back can take removing the wheel and tire.
Nooooo, according to FRPP the package (1 wheel) weighs 34.6lbs
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