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Clark PowrWorker weight?
I just bought an old Clark PowrWorker and need to go pick it up. But I REALLY need to know it's approximate weight, as it will save me a lot of time and money if I can just have it put in the back of my truck, instead of hauling the equipment trailer down.
The ratings plate looks to be completely blank. All impression/printing has been rubbed off it. I can't even read the model number.
A picture of it is here: [url removed]

Anyone have a guess as to what it weighs?
  • Posted 21 Sep 2009 10:27 AM
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Take the trailer,it's too heavy for the pickup bed.
  • Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:34 AM
So, you are saying it's over 3500 lbs?
  • Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:41 AM
Yes,closer to 5000 lbs.
  • Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:59 AM
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