posted March 18, 2005 12:12 PM
It probabaly can be But heres another suggestion. Go to a tire store and get there old wheel weights. They work perfectly and are easy to handle. Hope that helps.
AtomicPunk Dirt Maniac
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posted March 18, 2005 12:55 PM
Our local recycling center takes old car batteries and pays like $6 each.
pforsythe Dirt Maniac
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posted March 18, 2005 01:04 PM
$6!!! My recycler gives me 50 cents a piece. Thats not cool.
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M1 Dirt Freak
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posted March 19, 2005 09:21 AM
most tire shops have to PAY to get rid of their old tire weights. Most of them will give you them by the 5 gallon bucket for free....
we get $5 a battery, on exchange. But NOTHING at the recyclers...thats not cool either!
I-B-RACIN Dirt Maniac
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posted March 19, 2005 12:30 PM
battery lead **** to try and melt down not very pure loads of trash not only that but the hazzard of dealing with acid. Go to a local recycling or land fill or tire shop you can get all the old wheel weights you want for practically free and they work great to melt down about the only trash is the little steel clips...