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Roger Roemen

12-15-2011 08:20:09

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I am going to do an out of frame over haul of a 267 engine. I would like to put it on an engine stand but I am afraid of the weight. Do any of you have an estimate of the weight of the block without heads. I appreciate any help. Roger

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12-16-2011 08:48:08

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 Re: 267 weight in reply to Roger Roemen, 12-15-2011 08:20:09  
unfortunately i had to scrap one (I listed it for 2 years but no one wanted it!) and it was very close to 500lbs +/- with sleeves only no other parts.

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12-15-2011 08:44:28

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 Re: 267 weight in reply to Roger Roemen, 12-15-2011 08:20:09  
The bare block weighs as much as a fully built small block Ford. This is from my own scientific testing of wrestling one around by hand.

A complete engine will make the tail end of a DB 1200 awfully light when using a loader to install.

A stack of pallets seemed like a better idea to assemble the bottom end than a Harbor Freight engine stand.

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12-15-2011 08:31:38

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 Re: 267 weight in reply to Roger Roemen, 12-15-2011 08:20:09  
depends on what you have for an engine stand // do you have a chinese ,japanese ,dirtyknees engine stand from flim flamwallyworld?? , ... if not bolt that 267 on there ,, shouldnt be much heavier than a big block ford v -8

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