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07-25-2006 19:55:55

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How light can you get a 1030 with a narrow front end, stamped steel 16.9X38 rears and no external 3 pt?

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07-28-2006 06:43:54

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 Re: 1030 weight in reply to turbo, 07-25-2006 19:55:55  
well, my 1030 has a narrow front with 7.5L-15's, both wrap around starter weights, cast rear wheels with the big weight on each side on the inside, 18.4-34 tires, I took the 3pt off, and with 1/3 tank of fuel I weigh 9505 with little ol 200# me on it.

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1030 brian

07-28-2006 19:20:21

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 Re: 1030 weight in reply to 1031D, 07-28-2006 06:43:54  
Those back wheel weights are 400 pound each and the starter wights are 185 each. That right there is almost 1200. I would say that with tin rear wheels you may be less than 8500? Brian

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07-27-2006 17:47:25

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 Re: 1030 weight in reply to turbo, 07-25-2006 19:55:55  
I would say maybe 8500? Just my guess. Brian

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