I had to pick up some cucumbers from the grocery store yesterday for personal reasons and I realized that the diameter of them was close to a body lift puck. Now it would be an easy thing to cut them into 3" lenghts and core out the center for the body mount bolts. Now, each cucumber was about 8" long. With the ends cut off, You could get two pucks out of each cucumber. If I remember right, There are 10 body bolts, so, 20 cucumbers will be needed. Now the only problem that I see is that with the ends cut off, The cucumbers could decay and rot and that would drop the body back down over time. The best way to deal with this is to seal it up. A ziplock baggie was looked at but would still have holes in each end for the bolts so some type of sealer would have to be used. Most people already have some house paint laying around in the garage, so why no use that? It can protect my house from the elements, is laytex based, so it should provide a good seal and most colors are available to match any paint styles. Well, thats stupid. Why not just go to a steel shop and get some pucks made? Not all of us are comfortable with doing that. It is easy to feel intimidated in that situation and lets face it, Nobody wants to look stupid. Using cucumbers as a body lift option helps us to not look stupid. And you can use a kitchen knife to carve it all out! I'm also thinking of filling my manual transmission with banana's (peeled of course, I'm not an idiot) to take care of the noises it makes. I'll try to get some pics up later this week.