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Weight of a Fairbanks 32E14

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Old 03-09-2005, 06:51:33 PM
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Default Weight of a Fairbanks 32E14

How much does it weigh 300 HP 4 cyl. Any suggestions on how is the best way to move it.
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Default Re: Weight of a Fairbanks 32E14

We have one at the Zagray Farm Museum. It weighs 22 tons without any attachments.

we have two i beams under it at the moment, and to move it will require four 30 foot 1 inch minimum cables attached to the crane. look at our Fairbanks thread on this forum and you'll see some move pic's from when we brought it in. Do you have the engine?

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Default Re: Weight of a Fairbanks 32E14

On the model 32s with the 14" bore I've always figured about 5 ton per cylinder then add the flywheel wt.
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