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How heavy is 2f?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by sl33py, Mar 27, 2004.

  1. sl33py

    sl33py

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    ??? ??? ???

    I know someone knows this, i searched and cannot find the info anywhere. How heavy is the 2f engine? The whole thing, fan to flywheel, valve cover to oilpan. I am thinking of getting one rebuilt that i found online, and need to figure out $$$ shipping.
    Thanks again guys!

    rob
     
  2. jimmysally

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    I am not postive, but I believe it is about 800lbs
     
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    DAMN! wow that is heavy. anyone else can verify? shipping is going to cost an arm and a leg!!!
     
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    If you can have it shipped forward air it is not that much to ship. Around $150, I think. 800lbs may be a little heavy, but it should be close. The shipping bill on mine stated 500 lbs, but I don't believe it. I would think closer to 700.
     
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    I agree. Obviously makes a difference if you are talking long block or short. I think they said 750# for my long block.

    ...PS....Alert

    Just checked at SOR and they say 600# for their used long blocks.
     
  6. sl33py

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    thanks guys, now i can at least figure how much shipping will cost. 750# - wow still darn heavy!