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Stigian

Hi Guy's I'm still trying to work out how to get a pallet shipped down from 'up North, and I thought it might be handy if I know how much the items are I need moving..

So does anyone know how much an Eaton hydro trans weighs?

Also I might be buying a Kohler twin from the same seller, any ideas on the engine weight?

Ta-muchly Chaps :thumbs:

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tunahead72

Can't help you with the Eaton, sorry.

On the Kohler twins, it depends a little on which model. According to the owner's manuals, the KT17 weighs about 128 lbs. (58 kg), the Magnum M18/M20 about 130 lbs. (59 kg). I don't have anything on the Command CH18/CH20 models. These are all engines that were used on Wheel Horse tractors at some point.

Hope this helps.

Cheers!

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sorekiwi

I'm heading out to the garage when I have finished my beer and my coffee, so I might be able to give you a definative answer later.

For now, I'll just say an Eaton 1100 is really effing heavy!!

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sorekiwi

I'll let you do the metric conversion Ian.

The Eaton 1100 I have here weighs in at 165 lbs, complete with hubs, lift valve, lift cylinder, hoses etc. I am fairly sure that it still has oil in it too.

Hope this helps, and BTW my hernia hates you!!!

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Stigian

Can't help you with the Eaton, sorry.

On the Kohler twins, it depends a little on which model. According to the owner's manuals, the KT17 weighs about 128 lbs. (58 kg), the Magnum M18/M20 about 130 lbs. (59 kg). I don't have anything on the Command CH18/CH20 models. These are all engines that were used on Wheel Horse tractors at some point.

Hope this helps.

Cheers!

Thanks Ed, that helps a lot.

I'm heading out to the garage when I have finished my beer and my coffee, so I might be able to give you a definative answer later.

For now, I'll just say an Eaton 1100 is really effing heavy!!

Thanks Mike, yep they are rather heavy.

I'll let you do the metric conversion Ian.

The Eaton 1100 I have here weighs in at 165 lbs, complete with hubs, lift valve, lift cylinder, hoses etc. I am fairly sure that it still has oil in it too.

Hope this helps, and BTW my hernia hates you!!!

You must have some hefty scales kicking about the place to weight an Eaton 1100 :scared-eek::)

165lbs sounds lighter than than an Eaton feels lol, thanks for that Mike it certainly helps..

Can you pass on a message to your hernia that I'm sorry..

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