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Old 09-17-1999, 04:25 AM
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I am trying to find out the indibvidual weights of the fuel, cooling and exhaust systems of a Mercedes C280 or a similar model.

This is part of my final year project in Mechanical Engineering.
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Old 09-18-1999, 09:34 PM
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Do you mean the weight I.E. specific gravity or the physical weight in pounds?

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