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Whats the weight of a DC-4 ??

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Mark in Iowa

03-15-2007 16:29:08




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Wondering if someone can tell me the weight of a DC-4 w/weights [ 1 on each side ] on the inside back tire ...if you would know how wide it is I need that too.... I'm almost sure-- the back wheels are in one spot..guess I'm trying to say there nonadjustable...Is that right ?? Want to THANK YOU in advance for any and ALL advice....Mark




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iluvcase

03-16-2007 19:54:22




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 Re: Whats the weight of a DC-4 ?? in reply to Mark in Iowa, 03-15-2007 16:29:08  
I have an original 1938 "CC" on factory rubber ;cast iron wheels just like the "39" DC i have. I have not weighed the "DC" yet; but i did weigh the ol' "CC"....she weighs 4670# with about a 2/3 tank of gas and no one on it. I'm guessing your "DC" will weigh right around 4930-4950# with the two wheel weights.



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Don Rudolph

03-16-2007 14:41:36




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 Re: Whats the weight of a DC-4 ?? in reply to Mark in Iowa, 03-15-2007 16:29:08  
Mark,

The answer is it depends on several factors. We pull a late model DC4 with no solution in the tires @5250. We also pull a late model DC3 w/ adjustable wide front @7000 It has 6 sets of rear whell weights and no solution in the tires. I would venture to say that an early DC with no Eagle Hitch and no hydraulic pump could get down well below 5000. I have seen a DC4 pull in 8000 loaded down heavily. If there is solution in the rear tires you could add 1000 lbs to the base weight. Also, if that is a true DC4 you should be able to move the rear hubs in and out about 8 inches on each axle. Don

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Kent in KC

03-16-2007 06:07:23




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 Re: Whats the weight of a DC-4 ?? in reply to Mark in Iowa, 03-15-2007 16:29:08  
Well, I don't know about a DC-4 but I once saw a DC-3 FLY, so I know it couldn't weigh much.

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