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6 hours ago, Jwoodgardenmaintenance said:

Rather use rubber pad or put half inch of sand over top and sweep the rest off once whacked both work 

 

Jack

That's what others have said, 

Do you have to get a mat from the manufacturer or can you get standard size ones? As the cost is 220 from wacker Neuson 

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3 hours ago, carpenter1 said:

That's what others have said, 

Do you have to get a mat from the manufacturer or can you get standard size ones? As the cost is 220 from wacker Neuson 

Just get a bit of 3/8" rubber mat cut to size and bolt it on or use carpet just some form of padding to prevent direct contact as it can chip the blocks or crack them or like some say it doesn't bother them i don't fancy taking the risk of direct contact and having to lift sets and replace them.

 

Jack 

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