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Old 01-26-2007, 03:08 PM   #1
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22RE weight?

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Does anyone know how much a 22RE engine weighs (engine not including tranny)? This is in a '94 P/U.

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I was wondering the same thing, but without the cylinder head (just the block weight).

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just guessing, but I have a block strapped to a pallete that I have had to manhandle, maybe 140 plus another 50 for the head, again, Im guessing but
its pretty light and I only weigh 160 or so
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just guessing, but I have a block strapped to a pallete that I have had to manhandle, maybe 140 plus another 50 for the head, again, Im guessing but
its pretty light and I only weigh 160 or so
I guess after you get all the top end off, there really isn't much left!! I would have thought it weighed more than that. Thanks for the info.

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FWIW, I pulled my engine and weighed it using an 8000# balance. It's pretty accurate but precision isn't that great (50# increments on the scale).

Engine/Tranny together were about 435# and the tranny weighed 95# or so (bathroom scale!) so that puts the engine ~ 340#. That's w/o fluids but pretty much everything else on it. This is probably within 25# or so.
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lol, wow I was wayyy off! sorry for any misinformation! Guess I'm stronger than I thought. Or maybe just a real bad judge of weight.
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FWIW, I pulled my engine and weighed it using an 8000# balance. It's pretty accurate but precision isn't that great (50# increments on the scale).

Engine/Tranny together were about 435# and the tranny weighed 95# or so (bathroom scale!) so that puts the engine ~ 340#. That's w/o fluids but pretty much everything else on it. This is probably within 25# or so.
That sounds about right. I recall some sites quoting 400# for shipping weight.
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I was thinking around 300 LB. I bought one a while back as a donor motor and two of us were able to put in the back of my truck.
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