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    Default Anti Vibration Insulation Feet - Cheap!

    Vulcanized Rubber already made 3"x1" $1 each, stackable, gluable, drillable, withstands earthquakes, made in CZ.

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    Are those really necessary? Do they make any difference at all?

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    I think I will stick to my big sheet of foam... which has performed admireably!
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    Do hockey pucks have anti-vibration properties?
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    Yeah, but if anyone ever comes over to Sids, and wants a pickup game of street hockey, that piece of foam just won't cut it!

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    I don't know the resonant frequency of the pucks but they look better than blocks of wood stuck everywhere. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Gardner
    Yeah, but if anyone ever comes over to Sids, and wants a pickup game of street hockey, that piece of foam just won't cut it!
    Neither would those rubber pucks.... you pretty much need those roller-ball pucks for street hockey, unless it's icey out. Or you could do as we did in high school gym class on rainy days (and the entire winter), which was use a rubber ball. I'll be damned if that thing didn't leave a MARK when it smacked you in the shin!

    And hey, that could be used as an isolation device as well... as long as you _don't_ get many earthquakes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    I think I will stick to my big sheet of foam... which has performed admireably!
    I cut up a yoga mat and these work better. It's catching on so don't be suprised if the price of hockey pucks goes up and BTW, you don't have to keep them in the freezer.

    Seriously, they work. Got the idea from a high end shop that worked on the Accuphase 100 pictured.

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    Yeah, the puck tweak has been around a LONG time.
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    Taste good, but they're kinda hard to chew (and digest)...
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