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hockey puck?

my friend is going to help me do a body lift, going with a hockey puck is that a good idea?
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no, no, and no.....
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why?
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hockey pucks are not built to support the weight and shifting of a truck cab/bed.. they're rubberized where as body lift blocks are steel...
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where can i find some cheap body lift kits
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PA makes a good 3" kit for rangers for maybe 200$.... you can do a 1" for roughly 80$ though which is prob the thickness of a puck...

see here...https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=29269
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do u know where i can find a front baja bumper for a ranger
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Look around some of the desert racing team sites. Dixon Bros and Camburg come to mind. I'd recommend Camburg over Dixon based on what I've heard here, but I have no experience with either company myself.
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hockey pucks are not built to support the weight and shifting of a truck cab/bed.. they're rubberized where as body lift blocks are steel...
Body Lift blocks are Nylon
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