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How much weight

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How much weight

Post #1 by Sentry » Tue Oct 09, 2007 10:20 am

How much weight can an e150 hold in the middle, can it hold an engine

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Post #2 by Luckyman » Tue Oct 09, 2007 12:36 pm

Average van can haul 1000- 1500 lbs. Average engine weighs 500 or so lbs. So no problemo.
1 "76" F150 RC, LB, 2WD, 300, NP435, 9" open 3.00, special order 2-76/Delivered 4-76. Still "new".

1 "73-79" F150 RC/SS/SB/4WD, "84"-300, T18, NP205, 9" open 3.50, Dana 44 3.50 open, Offy DP, Holley 470, EFI + single 2.5" exhaust. Gathered from 15+ donor/parts trucks. "Fubar". Runs good, safe, still needs details/project continues.


Post #3 by Sentry » Tue Oct 09, 2007 3:29 pm

Thanks Devil Dog

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