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Maybe some of you have already found this out but I was just introduced to it. "It" involves using a regulation hockey puck as a "shim" for jacking or lifting your car. It sure seems to beat my current method of wood shims that tend to get lost, used or broken.


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I've done this [used a hockey puck] for years when jacking all my cars.

For the later 4 cylinders or V8s,the puck needs to have a slit cut into it if you are jacking via the sill. That makes it unsuitable for actually playning hockey!
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They can be slippery if they have paper or plastic ads on them.

I like these little fellows. Home Depot. More fragile (everything is more fragile than a hockey puck. Even a rock) but have excellent grip.

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When I ordered from Black Watch Racing, they sent a complimentary hockey puck with their logo on it. This was two years ago.
 
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