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Old January 27th, 2005, 10:06 AM
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Ceiling liner?

So, I've noticed after installing a fiberglass headliner, the sound dampening of it is nil. In fact, reverberation of noise has gotten worse. Luckily, it is very easy to drop back down and make some changes.

Has anyone with an SW installed some type of very, very lightweight sound and/or vibration dampening on the roof/ceiling?

I was looking at Cascade and Dynamat , but I can't determine what they have that fits the bill. The lower body portions of my truck are lined with Extreme Dynamat, and while it works well, it's extremely heavy. So it's not going up there.

I guess a foam based, vinyl product makes the most sense. Lightweight and absorbant.

Thoughts?
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Old January 27th, 2005, 10:24 AM
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David,

http://www.b-quiet.com/hliner.html is on order. I used the BrownBread to good effect elsewhere in the truck and am waiting for the weather to break so I can tear into the roof/doors.

EwS

EDIT look into the LComp and VComp products as well.
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What about the Brown Bread for the roof? I am planning on doing it next month. I don't know how the weight of the Brown Bread compares with the dynamat, but I wouldn't use the b-quite Hliner on my roof. I put it under the hood, and didn't notice any difference. I like the Brown Bread because it's solid after you put it on and tap on the exterior, you can hear the difference with less vibraton.
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Old January 30th, 2005, 06:44 PM
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What about the Brown Bread for the roof? I am planning on doing it next month. I don't know how the weight of the Brown Bread compares with the dynamat, but I wouldn't use the b-quite Hliner on my roof. I put it under the hood, and didn't notice any difference. I like the Brown Bread because it's solid after you put it on and tap on the exterior, you can hear the difference with less vibraton.
You could use it up there no problem. Check the site, I think they are changing products and not producing brownbread anymore...

EwS
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