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Old 03-10-2014, 11:17 PM   #11
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i recently acquired the beast of the will run my 15k ac just fine......actually if i stagger the starting it will run them both...but i would venture to guess that full of fuel its closer to 300lbs!!!!...and with the height of my lifted f250 tailgate and recently repaired shoulder/rotator cuffs, its quite a handful....had to use my aluminium bike ramps to struggle it in last its portable per se...........but man....its borderline...LOL

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Old 03-11-2014, 09:32 AM   #12
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I have a 6875 Honeywell "several hunderd lbs"
I use this to put it in the back of the truck.
I also use it to install my slider hitch.

There cheap at harbor freight and you wouldn't believe what you'd use it for.

I have not pulled a motor since I gave up stock car racing 5 years ago.

Works great to lift the back of the snowmobiles to.

Just sayin.

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