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List of Weights on Chevy Parts (Shipping Weights for Seller/Buyer)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Sinful_Nature, Jun 19, 2002.

  1. Sinful_Nature

    Sinful_Nature Registered Member

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    Hey Everyone-

    I had an idea of starting a post that lists weights regarding Chevy Parts, that way as people are selling items they have an idea on the weight for shipping cost. So- I'll start a Master List- Either post or PM me details regarding part desc. and weight, I'll edit the top tread?

    With that said- Who has some weights out there? Looking for pretty much anything that may be shipped at some point.

    Current List

    Tranny/T-Cases

    NP208- 80/90lbs Crated: 125lbs
    465- 225lbs Crated: N/A
    NP205- 130lbs Crated: N/A
    465/NP205 Combo- 355lbs Crated: 420lbs

    Axles

    Complete Chevy Dana 60- 550lbs Crated: N/A

    Tires/Wheels

    15X10 Steel Rims: 35lbs Crated: N/A

    Please note the above numbers are good guesses on what the items would weigh without Crating.

    Thanks for the info Chris!

    ~ Russ
     
  2. fortcollinsram

    fortcollinsram 1/2 ton status

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    I sent a 208 to Noth Carolina and it weighed about 125# when crated up (with a few extra parts)...My guess is right around 80-90# for just he t-case...

    I also bought a 465/205 combo that weighed 420# when crated up...I think the 205 is around 130# and the 465 is around 225# or so...

    Chris
     
  3. nvrenuf

    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    A friend weighed a complete front Chevy Dana 60, he said it was right at 550 lbs.

    An average 15x10 steel wheel is about 35 lbs.
     
  4. Sinful_Nature

    Sinful_Nature Registered Member

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    The list is started... Thanks Guys!

    ~ Russ
     

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