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Drivetrain Tech: 4G63 transmission, clutch, flywheel, driveshaft, gears, differentials, transfer case, shifter, etc.

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Transmission weight


Hi!

My tranny\t-case blew and i found a replacement in texas and one in nyc.

What i am trying to figure out is the weight of the tranny and t-case and also the dimension the box would have to be.

This is very important, i need to get a shipping quote so i know how much money i have to save up.

For a 50x50x50cm 100lbs box fedex charges 319$ from TX..

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AWD trans weighs 125 pounds. Transfer case is approximately 35 pounds. A 75x75x75 cm box should be big enough.
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thanks for the answer

guess i'm looking at 565$ for the tranny\t-case using fedex intl economy freight

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Why dont you get a trucking company to ship it for you? In the past I've paid about $125 on shipping form California to Washington state on shipping, and you wont need a box they strap it on a pallet and off it goes.

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Why dont you get a trucking company to ship it for you? In the past I've paid about $125 on shipping form California to Washington state on shipping, and you wont need a box they strap it on a pallet and off it goes.
umm dude i'm in europe

but thanks for the tip though..it's the thought that counts

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oh my bad, i didn't relize that you were in Europe

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crap, for that much money... bring a suitcase and a cheap plane ticket and bring it home yourself.. lol... that's silly for 6 weeks to deliver anything.

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1G AWD transmission parts weight


1G AWD transmission parts weight

Hi, maybe for some of you this information is useless as this don't qualify for weight reduction but for someone that is rebuilding a transmission outside USA its a precious info because of the high shipping costs. With that info I split the parts that I needed in two flat rate shipping boxes and I saved around $80 on the shipping cost.

Heres I found with a weight scale:

All the parts were removed from a 1992 AWD 5 speed transmission

Front Diff: 7.2Kg (15.9 lbs)
Center Diff 4Kg (8.8lbs)
Transfer case with oil inside: 15.5Kg (34.2lbs)

Transaxle case (without gearing but with shifting forks and guides): 20.2Kg (44.5lbs)
VCU LSD: 2.3Kg ( 5.1 lbs)
Intermediate Shaft Assembly: 6.3Kg (13.9lbs)
Intermediate Shaft (only the shaft, without gearing): 2.9Kg (6.4 lbs)
Input Shaft Assembly: 4.2Kg (9.3lbs)
Input Shaft (only the shaft, without gearing) : 1.5Kg (3.3lbs)


Maybe this info help someone

thanks for the space


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