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originally posted by: Blue Shift
Age estimate and questionable provenance notwithstanding, a lot of people seem to think that it might be an excavation bucket tooth:
Something similar to this:
originally posted by: Kryties
Its an excavator bucket tooth. I drive excavators from time to time and have replaced multiple teeth that break off for any number of reasons.
Looks like its from a pretty hefty-sized bucket too.
Automatic Safety Locks These powerful load-holding devices automatically engage and lock the lift structure as the car lift raises, preventing sudden free fall in the unlikely event of a suspension component failure. Typically, after the lift is raised to the required working height, operators are instructed to lower the lift until it is resting safely on the locks to minimize wear on suspension components. Once the locks are engaged, the car lift has to be raised slightly in order to release the safety locks. The better car lifts on the market often have locks spaced no more than five inches apart to better protect operators or bystanders. Load-holding devices should always require an independent and positive action for release, and they should always engage and reset automatically each time the lift is raised.
We have a lab test to confirm "part of UFO"
Its basic science, you can't argue with science so stop acting like you can.
Precisely what "lab test" exists to confirm if something is a "UFO"?
Something tells me you weren't paying attention to your science teacher at school.