35,000 - 40,000 lbs, all things dependent. There'll be a big difference between, say, a Western Star 4964EX pulling a 40 ft. steel rock tub and an aero truck pulling a 28 ft. aluminum framed dirt tub.
Gas is 6.3 lbs. per gallon. 55 gallons of gas will weigh 346.5 lbs. A steel drum will weigh 40 lbs. and a plastic 55 gallon drum will weigh 20 lbs.
600 to 800 lb.
1 Gallon of gasoline weighs 6.152 lbs.
A typical trailer for a single jet ski weighs 120 to 250 pounds. The biggest factor that determines the weight is whether the trailer is made out of aluminum or steel.
The weight of an aluminum trailer will depend on the manufacturer and style of the trailer. A CM Trailer weighs approximately 8,500 pounds.
On average, a 24 ft. aluminum horse trailer will weigh 6,600. The rule of thumb is for ever foot in length multiply by 275.
Weigh an empty container; pour a gallon of water into it. Weigh it again. Calculate the difference. That is the weight of the gallon of water.
An empty 5 gallon propane tank weighs about 20 lbs. It weights about 40 lbs full.
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about 100 lbs
A 29 gallon tank may weigh about 40 pounds when empty, and more than 300 pounds when filled with water (and that's without gravel and decorations!)