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Fairbanks Morse Diesel


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Old 07-05-2019, 08:01:20 PM
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Default Fairbanks Morse Diesel

need weight of a 60 hp Fairbanks verticle Y, thanks
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Default Re: Fairbanks Morse Diesel

Could you post a picture of it?
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I am not sure about the Y but most of the big Fairbanks with the big flywheel weigh 5 ton for the engine and 5 ton for the flywheel.
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Default Re: Fairbanks Morse Diesel

One of my Fairbanks manuals lists the approximate shipping weight of 16,000 pounds for the 60hp. Depending on what flywheel and attachment options it could weigh in a whole lot more. My little 40hp vertical has a flywheel that must have been the special electric option as it is 8000 pounds all by itself. The outboard pulley and bearing setup are a big chunk that also add more weight to the engine.
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