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12-06-2007, 07:37 PM
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windflare
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I use a Millenium ProPuck (the one that slides real well on asphalt but not on smooth concrete) and a smart hockey ball in a tiled room in my basement. For some reason, the puck works just awesome on there - as close to ice as I can get. I think the un-even texture of the tiles (sort of like smoother asphalt) helps, whereas smooth concrete/smooth tiles are too 'sticky' for the bigger feet of the ProPuck.

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