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Old    mendo247            04-15-2006, 5:48 PM Reply   
well another rainy day in norcal.. walt called me up this morning and wanted to melt down some lead tire weights he picked up... he had about 2 5 gal buckets full.. i added some that i had laying around and he ended up with 2 55 pound sbc valve cover size bricks, 3 45 pound bread pan size bricks and 2 30 pound bread pan size bricks.. for a total of just over 300 pounds... nick was nice enough to leave his supplies at my house.. we used an old pot, metal spoon with holes in it and an old camp stove... i definetly wouldnt recomend this unless your doing it with someone who has some experience! this can be very dangerous if handled incorectly!!! ive done this quite a few times and have done lots of research..

metling weights
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scoping steel clips and other impurities that float to the surface
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clean lead(liquid chrome) lol
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time to pour
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next ill take them to work and coat them with a bedliner material...

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