A weight which is added to the front of a riding mower to offset the added weight of a rear-mounted grass catcher. Adds stability on hillsides.
A standard weight (60 or 30 lb.) used in a counterweight flying system.
A weight added to the rear of the excavator's house structure in an effort to improve its lifting characteristics. Counterweights are also added to the machine to accommodate variations in arm configurations such as long-arm options or extendable arm options.