Re: Tare weight of 2-series?
Is there not a weight listed on the door sticker with the VIN, date of
manufacture, etc? Of course, no Volvo came with a 350 chevy."The weight
I have to use is the original manufacturer's weight, not as
modified." I know you said heaviest variant at the beginning, but if the
issue of truth about a 350 instead of a 327 troubles you, I guess if
your door sticker has a weight that doesn't meet the requirement, that
should trouble you also. Good Luck.
Randy G. wrote:
> athol <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I'm trying to find a definitive weight of a 2-series Volvo. Most of the
>>web sites that I've looked at have either had a weight that was too light
>>or quote vague "ranges" of weight.
> That's never been easy. Depending on what country and what the car is,
> all sorts of "standards" might have been used. In the US, in the 40's
> some cars' weights were listed dry, and without tires, but that was
> not generally advertised. I think it might have had something to do
> with registration or shipping fees, but that's hjust a guess.
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