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Old 03-31-2010, 03:13 AM   #1
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Default a4ld transmission weight?

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how much an a4ld transmission+converter weighs? Thanks!
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Never weighed it when I took it off to replace it with a Mazda 5 speed, but it seemed to weigh about 100# with converter; easy to carry around the garage at any rate.
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easy to carry around the garage .tranny+bell housing+transfer case Hhum weight about140 pound ,just need a floor jack
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147 lbs with fluid for a 2wd.
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alright thanks yall!
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so is that 147Lbs a total weight? trans+converter+ 8Q of fluid?
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Mine was a 4wd trans with no fluid in it. I must have been so happy to get rid of it that it only felt like 100# (of crap)
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so is that 147Lbs a total weight? trans+converter+ 8Q of fluid?
That is the complete weight "WITH" fluid for a 4wd A4LD. Don't ask me how I know... I just do.
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so I should have no problem shipping my 4wd a4ld+converter with no fluid via fed-ex ground since its under the max weight of 150...right? lol
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I couldn't see a problem... but you better make sure it's completely dry and that it falls within the size restrictions.
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