Wiz wrote:Looks like someone who owns a kaa-2 needs to let you know, I also came up with nothing.
whistlenut wrote:740 lbs comes to mind. Obviously the stoker, jackets , doors all come off.
What does the weight have to do with the price of tea in China?
Are you gonna set up a pair of them and use them for 'Olympic Clean and Jerk' practice?
Rigar wrote:Wiz wrote:Looks like someone who owns a kaa-2 needs to let you know, I also came up with nothing.
Aw come on Wiz....its gotta weigh more than that....?!
Not me........ I done same as you Mike. Even looked at original pictures with writing on vessel. Couldn't find anything on weight. Now I'm going to GUESS (vessel only) (no water)................475 pounds.stovepipemike wrote:Since I have one, I thought I should have the answer.I looked thru all of the literature from the beginning including correspondence with the factory and determined that I drew a blank. The only thing I remember is that I used the tractor with a boom pole to lower it down the outside stairway and an engine crane to lift it on top of the blocks without any effort whatsoever.Whenever I go to the salvage yard to buy steel for the odd project I always underestimate the weight of whatever I get so I will not guess at a KAA2. I know somebody knows this answer and we will find it. Mike