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    • The ICT Engineer
    • By The ICT Engineer 9th Dec 12, 1:42 AM
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    • 9th Dec 12, 1:42 AM
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    • 9th Dec 12, 1:42 AM
    Depends on what they are made of? Steel is currently trading at around £170 per ton.
    • Ectophile
    • By Ectophile 9th Dec 12, 10:01 PM
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    • 9th Dec 12, 10:01 PM
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    • 9th Dec 12, 10:01 PM
    If they are aluminium, it might be worth it if there's a scrappy nearby. If they are steel, it's probably not worth bothering.

    You need to know roughly how much they weigh.

    http://www.letsrecycle.com/prices/metals
  • spacey2012
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    • 9th Dec 12, 10:05 PM
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    • 9th Dec 12, 10:05 PM
    You wont get your fuel back.
  • trademark
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    • 10th Dec 12, 7:09 PM
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    • 10th Dec 12, 7:09 PM
    there must be 250 rods, i presume they are steel, must be worth something surely
    • Ectophile
    • By Ectophile 10th Dec 12, 9:28 PM
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    • 10th Dec 12, 9:28 PM
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    • 10th Dec 12, 9:28 PM
    You'd have to weigh them to get an idea of what they are worth as scrap.

    If they are in good condition, you might get more selling them as replacement frames.
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