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Part 1 is here (not important to solving this one)

My prefix is an H bent outwards minus end three;

My infix weighs fourteen pounds, minus the letters in me;

My suffix is an uncle's brother's grandsons, minus the first one;

All together, I'm in machines, but don't get me stuck to you when you're done.

P.S. (not really a hint but still)

You can assume the uncle in question has only one brother.

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My prefix is an H bent outwards minus end three;

pisces (- last 3 letters) = PIS
Thanks to Tom for finding this!

My infix weighs fourteen pounds, minus the letters in me;

stone (-m -e) = STON

My suffix is an uncle's brother's grandsons, minus the first one;

sons (- first letter) = ONS

All together, I'm in machines, but don't get me stuck to you when you're done.

PISTONS

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  • $\begingroup$ Word is right, reasoning for the infix and suffix is right, reasoning for the prefix is not. Keep looking! $\endgroup$ – Excited Raichu Jan 1 at 15:01
  • $\begingroup$ Prefix looks like rot13 cvfprf $\endgroup$ – Tom Jan 1 at 17:05
  • $\begingroup$ @Tom looks good! $\endgroup$ – Jonathan Allan Jan 1 at 17:09

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