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Old 04-23-2005, 02:41   #1 (permalink)
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clevo weight

whats the weight of 351 long motor with all accesories
as im after a quote for freight
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Old 04-23-2005, 03:11   #2 (permalink)
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Re: clevo weight

the book I've got here says 550lb with 25.5 inches wide, 29 inches long, 29 inches high.
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Re: clevo weight

Is that around 240kg. The old 4.1 weighed 200 kg and so did the 302W. Cheers.
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Is that around 240kg. The old 4.1 weighed 200 kg and so did the 302W. Cheers.
Yeah Steve, its near enough 250kg which makes for one heavy lump
worth every lb/kg though!
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Re: clevo weight

check this out
http://tc.ne13.com/FordEngineWeightsV1.html
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shes a heavy girl
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Re: clevo weight

Enough that my trolley crane stopped lifting it about a few inches short of swinging it out of the engine bay! Bummer.
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Enough that my trolley crane stopped lifting it about a few inches short of swinging it out of the engine bay! Bummer.
Did you let down your front tyres?? lol
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Re: clevo weight

I checked my "xd ford repair manual" and it says the 351 weighs, wet = 326kg (719lbs) or dry 317kg ( 698lbs). Dont know which figures are true but there is about 300kg odd difference in weight between a 351 xd and a 250 (4.1L 208kg wet) xd sedan, and these figures seem more believable to make up the 300kg difference in weight once you factor in bigger diff, trans etc.. but i could be wrong as i normaly am
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