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Old June 2nd, 2016, 01:56 AM
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110 Soundproofing process

I have an 87 110. I have a carpet kit from RN but want to add soundproofing before I install the carpet. I also want to add the soundproofing to the door panels and headliner. The material on my headliner is bad so I will have it redone by a local guy when I add the soundproofing.


So I am fairly new to this process. Is laying the soundproofing material straight forward? Just cover all the interior metal, then cover it with carpet, door panel, and headliners? Are there any problems with adding carpet over the soundproofing?


I've read through many threads that deal with soundproofing but I still have no idea which is the best to use for those specific areas. If anyone can address any of my issues, it would be greatly appreciated. Also if you've used a certain brand that didn't not work well, please feel free to chime in.


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Old June 2nd, 2016, 02:56 AM
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We do have several threads on sound proofing or reducing noise. A quick search with those terms or particular brand names like dynamat will answer most of your questions
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https://www.sounddeadenershowdown.com/
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I would add that this is not just a Land Rover thing. You can also do some research around what the guys in the high end audio field do or find successful. But at the end of the day the noise you get is primarily from the fact that you are moving a hollow box 65mph.
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Old June 2nd, 2016, 08:29 AM
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I just did carpet - full Exmoor - like IamKraig in one of those threads....skipped dynamat for the same reason he did. And didnt use a heck of a lot of glue. I have the bonnet liner in - and the factory boot thingy in the shifter space.

I think mine is quite....but I cant compare to too many trucks that are the same.
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I put down Al's heat and noise reducer. Paint in. Made a big difference in my ex-MOD 109.
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Has anyone used the Sounderkiller Kit??

http://www.nkgroup.co.uk/product-category/vehicles/
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Has anyone used the Sounderkiller Kit?? http://www.nkgroup.co.uk/product-category/vehicles/
I purchased the kit. The blanket really helped. The interior stuff is okay and works. I did not like the underhood kit. The foil separated prematurely.

Good company to deal with.
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I purchased the kit. The blanket really helped. The interior stuff is okay and works. I did not like the underhood kit. The foil separated prematurely. Good company to deal with.
How concerned should I be that the material that goes under the carpet is open cell and can absorb water?
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like I totally agree. Why would they design and sell a product that has such a design flaw??
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Buy from Mr Sounddeadenershowdown. He is good peeps. He treated me right!!! I went to his shop last year.
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Buy from Mr Sounddeadenershowdown. He is good peeps. He treated me right!!! I went to his shop last year.
thanks. Work is being done in UK so I ideally need a UK based supplier.
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Old June 7th, 2016, 03:44 PM
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Can anyone that has installed Silent Coat weigh in on their experience and results?
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Why would they design and sell a product that has such a design flaw??
Is it what the U.K. shop that you are using recommended?
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Is it what the U.K. shop that you are using recommended?
No. This is what Rocky suggested. I have communicated several times now w the company's distributor and got their recommendation for a 110. Seems like a good product.

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Prices as requested for Landrover 110

Stage 1 - 110 Landrover Bundle 279.99 http://www.deadening.co.uk/products/...damping-bundle

Stage 2 - Floor Dodo Pro Barrier MLV 199.99 http://www.deadening.co.uk/products/...er-mlv-5m-roll

Roof - Silent Coat Noise Isolator 6 - (5 sheets required at 11.99)......total 59.95 http://www.deadening.co.uk/products/...-6-large-sheet
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Question for anyone that has done sound deadening in their truck. I am trying to get a sense for how many man hours it will take to install the above mentioned system. 2 layers on the floor/seat boxes/doors and 1 layer on the roof. The truck is already pulled apart with exposed floors, roof and door cards off so disregard any disassembly or reassembly time. Just for installation of the materials.

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Only suggestion as they are in the Uk like you.
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I second Sounddeadenershowdown
I bought the wright offroad kit for my truck and installed CLD tiles before putting the mat system in.
CLD tiles and MLV in the seat boxes.
CLD tiles and 3M insulation in the roof before the headliner... BIG improvement and warmer in the winter as an added bonus!
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