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Old 03-06-2010, 11:31 AM   #1
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NP 241, about how much does it weigh?

Ballpark weight on an NP 241?

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Ballpark weight on an NP 241?

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IIRC it's about 80 lbs.
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IIRC it's about 80 lbs.
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80 at most. As you know, I took mine out, rebuilt it and put in a sye. Handled it by myself no problem in and out with no jack......one person.
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everyone forgets kennyw thread .

http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=55499
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I seen it but his weight was after the t-case was palletized and is nowhere near the actual weight of the t-case alone.
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80 at most. As you know, I took mine out, rebuilt it and put in a sye. Handled it by myself no problem in and out with no jack......one person.
Sweet.

I'm replacing the tranny this week. I'm also going to reseal the TC halfs. What did you use to seal them?
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Got it out. I would put the TC closers to 50 lbs which is better for me!



It looks like it has RTV on it but I was think since it was a machineds surface something else would work better.
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Ultra black RTV works the best for sealing the case halves.
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