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Old 09-06-2012, 04:04 PM   #1
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I need a detailed list if possible of exact washer n bolt size i shld buy and for hockey pucks do i get the hard plastic ones or rubber ones...??
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Unless someone else has something better, this is the best I know about:

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Ok thanks but I looked at thread and my main question is do i use the hard plastic mount or the rubber mount...?
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That'* up to you. Both have been used with success. I did the hockey puck version since Canadians and hockey pucks seem to go together. Personnaly, I think you would get a little more vibration using the hard plastic versus hockey pucks.
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I've got a solid plastic mount and there is a slight bit of vibration at just the right RPM, but it'* nothing to complain about. I also thing it makes the car feel more alive. ; )
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LIke I said, hard plastic or hockey pucks is a matter of preference. Go with whatever is easier for you to buy.
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I bought rubber hockey pucks but i guess the other one was what he called a practice puck but to me they're both pucks....the one in the pics looked like hard plastic. I'm looking for less vibration tho....Thanks Cannuck...Thanks Tom. I'll let u guys know the results over the weekend ....
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Practice pucks are red, and they are harder and more dense than a standard puck. I have the choice between practice pucks and regular, and chose regular because I thought the softer rubber would absorb more vibration. You made the right choice.
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<redneck dramatization voice> I stuck a chunk'a rubber tiiiire under my mount for cushionin. </redneck dramatization voice>
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I'm getting vibration at 1500 rpms...is this the vibration u mentioned at just the right rpms...??
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