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Weight of a WC??

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Wes

01-30-2004 12:18:51




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Does anyone know the weight of a WC?
Is a tongue-hitched, wood floored car trailer advisable to use for hauling a tractor?




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JMS/MN

01-30-2004 12:59:25




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 Re: Weight of a WC?? in reply to Wes, 01-30-2004 12:18:51  
MBI book says 3300 for the styled version. I think that is right, but the same book shows 4005 for an RC- which is a WC frame with the smaller C engine.



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dan wc ne wyo

01-30-2004 17:12:43




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 Re: Re: Weight of a WC?? in reply to JMS/MN, 01-30-2004 12:59:25  
My WC pulls in the 3500# class with added weights. If you dont have fluid or weights on it yours should be in the same weight area. I haul mine with weights @4500# on a 7000# 2 axle car trailer with no problem.hth. god luck. dan wc ne wyo



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peteie

02-01-2004 10:31:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Weight of a WC?? in reply to dan wc ne wyo, 01-30-2004 17:12:43  
when i brought my wc home it was on a car trailer .... BUT it's not the weight it's the width. my wc was 10 inches wider then the trailer and had to wedge it between the fenders weight really wasn't a prob and mine has the 4 row cultivaters on it good luck



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