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Question Does Anyone Near Tulsa Turn Their Scrap Metal In?

I've got some aluminum and steel to get rid of. Do ya'll turn your scraps in to local metal scrap yards?
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Yea I sell my extra metal. if you dont have a bunch the money is not that great but atleast its some money. Advance has a place north of tulsa on hwy 75, but you might find one closer to you.
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Woot!!! I just dropped a load off at Advanced Metal Recycling in Tulsa. They are on S. Lewis, just south of Apache. Very professional place and workers. You drive up with your load and they unload and weigh it in the building. (Just make sure they take all the metal out. They missed one small piece of aluminum, but not big enough to complain.) Then they get your truck on the scale before and after dropping off the carbon steel. I came in with less than half a truck bed of crap, and left with $107. Woooot!!! Save your aluminum window/door frames and trans cases. That stuff is currently worth 50c a pound.
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