George N. M. Posted March 3, 2022 Share Posted March 3, 2022 Robert may have the better estimate. I may be off by an order of magnitude. Err to the heavier side. If it as heavy as Robert suggests you may need something even larger than an engine hoist to move it intact. You may have to tear it down in place and then deal with the individual parts. If so, you will need lots of penetrating oil and cheater bars for your wrenches. It will be a working machine once you have it home and set up. "By hammer and hand all arts do stand." PS I had based my previous weight estimate on the object to the left being a 3 gallon bucket. I see now that it is actually a garbage can, possibly a 20-30 gallon capacity. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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