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Old 05-26-2006, 02:36 PM   #1
Elliot Royce
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I've got 3/4" rubber matting down on top of wooden flooring in my garage. I've got rubber bumpers. Is there a risk of damaging the floor if I drop the bumpers? Let's assume the maximum weight would be 180-200lbs.

I've got 3/4" mats that I could put on top of the existing matting.

I was also thinking I could put a plywood sheet down.

Is this extra protection necessary with the rubber matting and the rubber bumpers?
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