What's a Keystoker a200 Weigh?

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Al F
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Post Wed. Dec. 19, 2007 4:45 pm

New question...Key stoker is closed so let me try asking here...I found a used Keystoker warm air furnace ( a200) the 250 k BTU unit.....any idea what these might weigh? I am driving down w my pick up and want to make sure I can haul it....or else I will haveto use the trailer

Thank you in advance...also Merry Christmas.

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Post Wed. Dec. 19, 2007 5:07 pm

I'm guessing 1000# to 1200# at least. My 90k BTU stove is pushing 500# pretty easily.

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Post Wed. Dec. 19, 2007 5:59 pm

Keystoker shows the A120 at 440 #s, so I would think not much over that. 500-600#'s? Shouldn't have a problem putting in the back of a truck. Just lifting it up might be the problem, unless you have a few strong hands.

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Al F
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Post Wed. Dec. 19, 2007 9:57 pm

thank you for the replies.....i, too assume 1000-1200 pounds would be on the topside, so the truck should be fine...just wantto get it right before I take the long drive to get it...the chap selling it has a loader to lift it, so I should be set

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Post Sat. Dec. 22, 2007 9:54 pm

I installed this summer a Keystoker 150 furnace and estimate its weight at about 800 lbs. It arrived unassembled and you might not have much trouble doing the same with the one you are picking up. It would be quite easy to remove the hopper and the stoker - at least it is on the 150. Good luck. My 150 is fabulous.

Karl

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