Expired steeda rear shock tower brace (05-12)

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flipmeh

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brand new. never wield. no longer need
looking for 80$ s&h not included (weighs ~7lbs)


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yes wielded

welded

weld
1 [weld]
verb (used with object)
1.
to unite or fuse (as pieces of metal) by hammering, compressing, or the like, especially after rendering soft or pasty by heat, and sometimes with the addition of fusible material like or unlike the pieces to be united.
2.
to bring into complete union, harmony, agreement, etc.
verb (used without object)
3.
to undergo welding; be capable of being welded: a metal that welds easily.
noun
4.
a welded junction or joint.
5.
the act of welding or the state of being welded.
Origin:
1590–1600; variant of well2 in obsolete sense “to boil, weld”

Related forms
weld·a·ble, adjective
weld·a·bil·i·ty, noun
weld·er, wel·dor, noun
weld·less, adjective
un·weld·a·ble, adjective
 

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Banhammer
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"Ban (Internet)" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Block (Internet).
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A physical 3D-printed "banhammer".[1]
The term banhammer began as a satirical term for the power wielded by an administrator to ban or block users of internet forums, wikis, online games, or other internet media.

The term is often used as a nickname for the actual anti-cheating software in video games that performs the banning action.

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welded

weld
1 [weld]
verb (used with object)
1.
to unite or fuse (as pieces of metal) by hammering, compressing, or the like, especially after rendering soft or pasty by heat, and sometimes with the addition of fusible material like or unlike the pieces to be united.
2.
to bring into complete union, harmony, agreement, etc.
verb (used without object)
3.
to undergo welding; be capable of being welded: a metal that welds easily.
noun
4.
a welded junction or joint.
5.
the act of welding or the state of being welded.
Origin:
1590–1600; variant of well2 in obsolete sense “to boil, weld”

Related forms
weld·a·ble, adjective
weld·a·bil·i·ty, noun
weld·er, wel·dor, noun
weld·less, adjective
un·weld·a·ble, adjective
I want to see you weld one via hammering, tell me how that goes.
 
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