I know this topic is a little old, but just thought I'd share the weights of my Blazer and the top. I'm trying to get rid as of much weight as possible without doing anything radical and thought I'd keep track of what everything weighed. The basics of the truck are as follows: '90 K5 Silverado with all the factory doo-dads (air, cruise, power, etc..), 6.2 diesel, 700r4, rear 14 FF, front 8-lug 10-bolt, 15x10 steel wheels and 35x12.50 tires. The weights include all of the normal trail stuff I carry including tools, spare parts, extra fluids, hi-lift, fullsize spare, etc. Initial weight - includes top and full tank of fuel, but no driver or passengers: front - 2,880 rear - 3,010 total - 5,910 I always knew Blazers were better balanced than pickups, but I didn't expect the rear to actually be heavier. I would also assume this particular vehicle would be on the heavier side when it comes to stock vehicles because of the diesel and all of the options. Remove top - on my '90 the topper has provisions for the rear seat shoulder belts to be bolted to it which adds some weight, plus it has the sliding side window. front - 2,900 rear - 2,800 total - 5,710 As you can see, the top should weigh right at 200 lbs. for this particular model. The next step will be removing the rear seat (which was taken out last night, I'm estimating about 50-75 lbs.), replacing the rear tailgate with a pickup tailgate net, and losing the doors.