hockey puck body lift??

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  1. sabbath1994

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    ok i dont know if this is true or not.. but can you use hockey pucks for a body lift??? or what can you do to make your own body lift.. without buying a kit
     

  2. Waldo21

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    Me and my friends have made metal spacer before. I don't see why you couldn't use a hockey puck, but it doesn't seem practical because you can't control the height, its already preset. :dunno:
     

  3. olyelr

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    Yep, you sure can, I have even seen it done a few times before... but I wouldnt recommend it.
     
  4. sabbath1994

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    stacking hockey pucks isnt a good idea is it.. trying to get 3''s
     
  5. outalne94z71

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    DO NOT USE HOCKEY PUCKS!!



    that vulcanized rubber cannot handle the load and they will split and fall out causing loss of control and possibly killing someone.
     
  6. BigWillieStyle_21

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    :withstupid:



    BAD, BAD, BAD UNSAFE IDEA...
     
  7. crow5716

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    you cheap @ss. you can buy a whole 3" body lift kit for under $150 and it won't kill anyone. here's a link to one for your year truck...



    CLICK HERE



    -crow
     
  8. LegendKiller89

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    Don't use hockey pucks man :bad:



    I'll refrain from flaming :smash:
     
  9. outalne94z71

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    when its something stupid that will get someone killed then its up to the rest of us to drive that point in.
     
  10. Mud Ready

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    :withstupid: You will spend almost as much on hockey pucks as you would to just buy a damn body lift. IF you cant even afford a body lift maybe you should find a new hobby. :roll:
     
  11. cj ford

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    Id use some 4x4 wood posts .. that will net you 3 1/2" of lift ... or nail them together to get 7" dont worry about bolts either you can run deck screws into the wood through the cab floor and do the same on the underside through the frame into the wood you will need to pre drill the steel, the deck screw wont be sharp enough to get through the metal frame ... other then that your golden :bigthumb:















    :rotfl:
     
  12. does it matter

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    in a recent issue of Offroad Magazine (its a horrible POS that i wont even renew for the $10/year), AIM Industries had an ad in back showing aluminum body lift pucks in 1",2",3",4",5", and 6" :shock:
     
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    :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
  14. crow5716

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    hell, you don't need screws. just use big ratchet straps to hold it all together!





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    ha ha ha ha

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    -crow
     
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  16. Olbluesilverado

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    OP......are you being serious? I honestly didn't think anyone would actually be that stupid. I guess the owner of that Jeep Crow put up is a little dumber. Shell out the 150 or so dollars and keep our roads, um, a little safer.
     
  17. crow5716

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    don't know much about the jeep. and neither does the site i stole the pictures from. here's the link..



    Click Here



    -crow
     
  18. NewMexico Ram

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    i like how in the 2nd picture there is a wooden block behind the front tire also. :rotfl: :rotfl: did it fall out?? or did they put it there to stop it from rolling away? :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
  19. LegendKiller89

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    The stupidity of people never amazes me. Looks like something a jeeper would do :rainfro:
     
  20. outalne94z71

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    yep jeep on a ford chassis is ghey, obviously its not the finished product(steering not hooked up yet) i wonder how they plan to hook everything together
     

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