Louis C. Armer, Jr. carmerjr@mindspring.com
Wed, 11 Aug 2004 18:05:28 -0400

Hey Bruce, It weighs about 450lbs. It helps weight-wise if the alternator,
motor mount, skid plate, cross members and all oils are drained out.
However it's a bit easier to manhandle if the tranny crossmember is left
attached. If possible remove the clutch rod as it will always catch on
something you don't want it near or snagging on.

Chuck Armer
At 04:31 PM 8/11/04 -0500, you wrote:
>Maybe I was not clear the first time, this is a complete drive train, all in
>one piece. Motor,(a 140), transaxle, and 4-speed tranny. It seems as though it
>will fit, Thanks to all who replyed, only problem will be getting it in the
>van, weight wise. What does a complete drivetrain weigh? I have some ideas as
>to how to do it. I just thought in might make a nice project to work on in the
>winter, and rebuild so I can learn on it, and have a spare 140/4 speed in case
>I need it some time. Both 65s are 140s. So, what does a drivetrain weigh?
>Thanks all, thats why I love this place. BRUCE

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