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04-06-2012, 05:58 AM
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Wilch
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Originally Posted by Lonny Bohonos View Post
Yes you can use plastic or the smooth side of the thin partial board stuff. Probably even counter top material will work.

Sadly I don't have that option as I finding this stuff is difficult here in the middle east so cost aside it was more beneficial to get it shipped over.

I will say the EZ Puck Extreme Passing kit is great as for 200 bucks it comes with a 4' x 8' skills pad which is huge plus the pad is ore drilled to hold the EZ Puck "pylons" and it comes with 6 pylons.

And it comes with the rebounder which rebounds the puck back to you to practice passing and one timers.
Again, for those living in Europe or North America, a puck rebounder can be made with a few pieces of wood, hot glue, a short bungee rope and some tools. Should cost no more than $20-30.

And I'm currently in Asia right now, so I know how you feel. These things are not very accessible, and even if they are, there's no room for them.

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