Great minds think alike! I use the hockey puck trick for both side pinch weld points, as well as chassis lift points. It adds some lift, and also prevents those hard metal points from cutting into the (irreplaceable) rubber pad of your floor jack.Hockey puck is the way to go, but using the lift points under the chassis as described in this thread. Lift the entire front end, and/or the rear end, rather than side to side. I rotate a full set of winter tires/rims, so I never have to switch one wheel directly from front to rear ( or vice versa), as the ones going on are coming out of storage.
Designated puck with jack point impressions...
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A while back I was trying to find pinch weld floor jack adapters. I soon found out that each OEM had their own pinch weld dimensions, and that Honda's were the rarest adapter unicorn to find. Then suddenly watching a college hockey game one night (go MN Gophers !), the hockey puck hack hit me. $1.27 later from Total Hockey store, and I was set for life!