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the weight of a 1989 Chevy Astro Van?

Weights: gross vehicle weight rating (kg) 2,767 [approx 6100 lbs] and curb weight (kg) 1,974 [approx 4352 lbs]

Gross Weight (GVW) = Is the maximum recommended weight for a vehicle, including: the weight of the vehicle itself, fuel and other fluids, passengers, and all cargo.

Curb Weight = the weight of an automotive vehicle including fuel, coolant, and lubricants but excluding occupants and cargo.

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