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Uploader comment: Found in my backyard. Attempted numerous times with numerous items to destroy it. Nothing worked.br /Anyone with information or questions either shoot me a PM or comment.br /br /Thanks! img src="style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/thumbsup.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":tu:" border="0" alt="thumbsup.gif" /

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by cryptocabra on 23 August, 2009, 22:43
well that is just odd
Comment icon #9 Posted by lethalmind360 on 24 October, 2009, 21:45
it looks very much like aluminum try taking a grinder to it the color of the sparks should tell you the type white yellow orange if it none its aluminum
Comment icon #8 Posted by Jon-Jon on 11 November, 2009, 7:24
Have you made an attempt at using a welding tourch? I find that may be of assistance. -Jon-Jon
Comment icon #7 Posted by Mindbomb on 7 February, 2010, 23:48
Area 51 Crash? You need to use something that wont destroy it to destroy it it complecated?!?!
Comment icon #6 Posted by I am Damon on 13 March, 2010, 20:15
looks like aluminum. Have you tried to melt with a torch, can you grind it? How have you tried to destroy it?
Comment icon #5 Posted by MetallicaFan01 on 19 March, 2010, 13:10
are you sure it aint titanium cause titanium is hard to destroy if it aint that i think you may have somthing
Comment icon #4 Posted by NorthernBallast on 4 April, 2010, 16:26
Titanium?
Comment icon #3 Posted by logicaldreamingwolf on 8 December, 2010, 4:27
OMG ITS ADAMANTIUM!!!! (What Wolverines bones are made of)
Comment icon #2 Posted by Tristan Derkonom on 9 February, 2011, 21:15
Possibly Tungsten?
Comment icon #1 Posted by lizt on 24 June, 2011, 20:26
hubby who builds planes says its either titanium or nimonic. if you put angle grinder on titanium it will give off white sparks. titanium and nimonic both work harden if you machine it too fast or your tools are blunt, once work hardened it will scrub your tool away!


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