Topic: Re: Weight of UB
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I took my cast centers off and went to clamp on hubs and steel wheels, I lost around 600 lbs. UB diesel, factory floor plate and seat assembly, no pto or hydraulics, narrow front, 18.4/34 Firestone rears, lighter tranny cover, aluminum radiator, me (240) I'm just under 5400#, depending on how much fuel I have, which is usually about 10 gallons. I could easily loose more with weld on hubs and a light weight floor plate. I've heard of them down to 4800....
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