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99 & up 7.3L Power Stroke Engine and Drivetrain Discussion of the 99 & up 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engine and drivetrain in the 1999-Up Super Duty trucks and Excursions. No gas engine discussion allowed except on transmissions and drivetrain that pertain to all models. Please confine discussion of topics in this forum to those items that are specific to the 7.3L Power Stroke engine.

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Old 02-05-2008, 10:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How much does a 7.3 weigh?

Just curious on how much it weighs?

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I'm sure it depends on the configuration but my '01 super cab long bed is 6033 pounds. Check your vehicle registration - it's probably listed on there.
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Are you asking about just the engine? Depending on year, normally a 7.3 is around 1050-1100 lbs.
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I have a 2002 2wd auto supercab with a cargo box. Full 38 gallon of fuel it weighs 7200 lbs.
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Just curious on how much it weighs?
If you mean just the wet engine, it's about 960 pounds.

If you mean a wet but unloaded naked truck, a CrewCab 4x4 PSD longbed weighs about 7,400 before you add things such as toolbox, bedliner, stuff behind the seat, stuff in the console, gooseneck or 5er hitch, cooler, etc. An unloaded truck with normal stuff such as the above will scare 8,000 pounds, and most will go over 8,500 pounds with normal driver and passengers and tools, etc. A shorty is about 200 pounds less than a longbed. A 4x2 is more than 400 pounds less than a 4x4.
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Yeah just the motor, thanks guys.

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Yeah just the motor, thanks guys.

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Link above under specifications says that it weighs 930 lbs dry.
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If you mean just the wet engine, it's about 960 pounds.

If you mean a wet but unloaded naked truck, a CrewCab 4x4 PSD longbed weighs about 7,400 before you add things such as toolbox, bedliner, stuff behind the seat, stuff in the console, gooseneck or 5er hitch, cooler, etc. An unloaded truck with normal stuff such as the above will scare 8,000 pounds, and most will go over 8,500 pounds with normal driver and passengers and tools, etc. A shorty is about 200 pounds less than a longbed. A 4x2 is more than 400 pounds less than a 4x4.
Smokey, curious what a stock V8 gasser would weigh. I've been told that the diesel is several hundred pounds heavier, perhaps as much as 600 lbs?). Anyone have that figure handy for a stock V8 that would be in a F250 or 350?

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Not sure on the weight of the 5.4 but the triton V10 weighs around 635 lbs
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not sure of the weight of the triton engines, but as a base line a small block chevy weighs about 500 lbs., and a big block weighs about 750 lbs.
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Not sure of the weight, but I can pick up and move a small block chevy bare block by myself, I would guess the weight of a complete small block v8, (by how my thumb felt when it got pinched) at somewhere around 500 to 550 lbs.
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