The weight is not stated in the downloaded Lincoln manual I got. The figure
of 1100+# sticks in my mind, because here in Utah, a trailer that weighs
less than 700# does not need to be licensed. The DMV person asked me how
much it weighed, and I asked all together, or just the trailer. She said
just the trailer. I recall having seen the actual figure, and a SA200 can
vary with the different generators they put on them. She said she didn't
think the trailer went over 700#, and it was up to me if I wanted to license
it or not. Definitely not the exact answer, but I'd guess 1150# with gas,
and go from there for leads, gas bottles, trailer, work table, spare, etc,
Actually used mine yesterday. Fired up after about .75 seconds of starter
motor. Wonder what's up with that. It usually fires faster than that.
And oh yeah. I just GOTTA put a muffler on it one of these days. It is
obnoxiously loud with that straight pipe and rain flap!
But, all in all, it was a decent deal for $300. And then there were the
tanks, Victor cutting set, 6 gas welding tips, rosebud, strikers, hoses,
leads, rods, spare tire, and assorted tools.
Heart surgery pending?