There has been some discussion about the outlawing of lead wheel weights in several states. These are "progressive" states bent on running everyone's lives. Unfortunately the insanity affects all states. I have not purchased WW for ten years and wondered if the doom and gloom about the death of wheel weights was true.
.My mechanic said sure take this 5 gallon bucket. Getting it in the car took 2 of us. At home I weighed it,120 pounds..Figure 2 pounds for the plastic bucket, net was 118 pounds. Sorting was easier, the manufacturers are labeling most of the weights with Zn or Fe, the chemical symbols for zinc and iron. A lot more stick-on weights, more cars have aluminum wheels. Some new flexible rubber weight material with powdered metal for mass.The zinc and iron weights came to 75 pounds. There were 3 pounds of assorted nuts, bolts and car parts, The remaining 40 pounds was lead weights.
It is not like 10 years ago when you got 90% of the weight in lead, but 40 pounds will make a lot of bullets.