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Two industrial size nuts and a piece of bridge rebar  make one very nice LART. After a few hours of rust removal, arc-welding, grinding and polishing, rope wrapping and heat shrinking we have a nice tool, that some have trouble lifting up.  
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Two industrial size nuts and a piece of bridge rebar  make one very nice [http://catb.org/jargon/html/L/LART.html LART]. The ones on the internet are pretty puny [http://www.drwren.com/chris/art/lart/cudgel_lart.jpg] [https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ac/LART.png] so I decided to make a larger one. After a few hours of rust removal, arc-welding, grinding and polishing, rope wrapping and heat shrinking we have a nice tool, that some have trouble lifting up.  
  
 
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2011-12-24 - Gori decided to make a LART

Two industrial size nuts and a piece of bridge rebar make one very nice LART. The ones on the internet are pretty puny [1] [2] so I decided to make a larger one. After a few hours of rust removal, arc-welding, grinding and polishing, rope wrapping and heat shrinking we have a nice tool, that some have trouble lifting up.

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We put it to some good use in recycling some garbage. Observer its awesome destructive power: