Jack adapter for Model 3 pucks

kataleen

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#1
Long story short, found a good deal on pucks and found a good deal on floor jack. Completely forgot to check if they can work together. The floor jack is this one:
Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack - 2 Ton Capacity

. It has a 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) saddle and the model 3 puck is 2.5 inches (6.3 cm) in diameter.
Are there any adapters that I can use to marry these two together? It would have to be rather slim so that I can slide the jack under the car.

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kataleen

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#3
The red piece does not come off. Or it does, but it's quite complicated. Also the underlying grey cup under the red piece is still smaller than the puck. I tried to center it WITH the red piece on, and while jacking up I saw it sliding out with each movement up. I had to stop because it was definitely sliding out. The puck is very slippery.
 

boppo

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Upstate NY
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Model 3
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#4
Long story short, found a good deal on pucks and found a good deal on floor jack. Completely forgot to check if they can work together. The floor jack is this one:
Pro-Lift F-767 Grey Low Profile Floor Jack - 2 Ton Capacity

. It has a 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) saddle and the model 3 puck is 2.5 inches (6.3 cm) in diameter.
Are there any adapters that I can use to marry these two together? It would have to be rather slim so that I can slide the jack under the car.

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I bought a rubber insert on Ebay for mine from heroneo2012.