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how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by kevjhnsn on Tue Mar 29 2011, 05:20

hi there
DOES ANYONE NOW!!!!
?????????????? HOW HEAVY IS A LISTER A ????????? H/P UNKNOW
AND ALSO THE WEIGHTS OF ANY BELOW??????????
AS IM PICKING UP :-
LISTER A 1936, H/P UNKNOW
PETTER A1 ,
JAP 4/4
WOLSELEY WD1 ,
WOLSELEY WLB WD2 ,

THIS WEEKEND WITH MY 4X4
THANKS KEV

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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by JONESEY on Tue Mar 29 2011, 07:23

Kev I hope you have a good trailer for that lot, you will have to watch how you arrange the load as all the waight are in small areas .
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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by mike d on Tue Mar 29 2011, 22:51

HI KEV...

its 176kg if its a hopper cooled one....
that's what one weighed that i was going to ship to wales last year...

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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by kevjhnsn on Fri Apr 01 2011, 01:26

hi there
thanks for that
as yes it is a hopper cooled one
thanks kev

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Post by mike d on Fri Apr 01 2011, 11:51

HI KEV...

glad i could help,it amazing the amount of useless information i keep,but not in this case...
glad it came in useful this time....
regards...mike.....

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Post by kevjhnsn on Sun Jun 05 2011, 13:26

mike d wrote:HI KEV...

glad i could help,it amazing the amount of useless information i keep,but not in this case...
glad it came in useful this time....
regards...mike.....

thanks again kev

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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by mike d on Sun Jun 12 2011, 23:44

not a problem Kev,that's what we are all here for..to help fellow enthusiasts out when we can...
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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by neil f on Thu May 09 2013, 21:30

kevjhnsn wrote:hi there
DOES ANYONE NOW!!!!
?????????????? HOW HEAVY IS A LISTER A ????????? H/P UNKNOW
AND ALSO THE WEIGHTS OF ANY BELOW??????????
AS IM PICKING UP :-
LISTER A 1936, H/P UNKNOW
PETTER A1 ,

I weighed a Petter A1 the other day. Tipped the scales at 82kg, if that's any help to anyone.

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Re: how heavy is a lister a ???

Post by stationary stu on Fri May 10 2013, 11:42

Neil thanks for your input to the forum/posts :thumbup: but the posts your replying too are very old this one being 2 years + so don't worry to much about supplying an answer as after this length of time I'm sure they moved the engine in question and/or sorted out what they had to.

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