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Old March 17th, 2009, 11:06 AM
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Old March 17th, 2009, 11:09 AM
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Old March 17th, 2009, 11:26 AM
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I've got a ton of leftover B-quiet if your interested in it.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 12:18 PM
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I used this stuff to do my 130. http://www.hardwareandtools.com/invt/9789520
I did it about 5 years ago and could not be happier with the results, no downside at all. It made a huge difference in sound and heat transfer from the engine compartment. I bought 99 sq ft. for $89 5 years ago and I am sure if you look around you can find it cheaper than what this site has it listed for.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 01:42 PM
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Dynamat is hugely expensive !! The exact same stuff is for sale in McMaster Carr (less the name) for 1/2 the money.


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Dynamat is hugely expensive !! The exact same stuff is for sale in McMaster Carr (less the name) for 1/2 the money.
x2. That's where I bought mine for the 110.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 05:55 PM
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Old March 17th, 2009, 06:01 PM
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KEvin, what do you have left?
I think I have about a 3'x5' piece left on the roll. What are you using it for? If you just need a bit I could send you some.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 09:18 PM
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Maybe more info than you need:

http://www.sounddeadenershowdown.com/

They're not a big fan of the ashpalt-based mats. Dynamat has great marketing.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 10:00 PM
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Maybe more info than you need:

http://www.sounddeadenershowdown.com/

They're not a big fan of the asphalt-based mats. Dynamat has great marketing.
Here is my experience with an asphalt based product, Peel N Seel.

It was relatively cheap compared to Dynamat $89 for almost 100 square feet.

It was easy to apply if the surface is clean, this goes for Dynamat too.

With the aluminum face it does a good job of reflecting heat away from floor boards and firewall.

I have had zero issue with tar or asphalt smell. 5 years ago when I first installed it in my truck, I applied it to the ceiling of my truck to cut down on heat and the tin can sound. After installing it I went on a trip to Death Valley where temps reached well over 100 degrees each day for the 4 days I was there. No smell, none.

I have had no problems with it coming undone.

The only issue has been the layer I placed under the floor mats. It is starting to wear through from rubbing. I would assume Dynamat would face the same problem. I have plenty left over from my original roll so I'll just slap some more in when the time comes.

I have been very impressed with Peel N Seel. I can hold a conversation and listen to music , I could not prior to installation. Could not be happier.
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Get the Ultimate from www.b-quiet.com it is the same thing and half the price. Keep in mind you want to use a proper noise barrier on top and don't do more than one layer of matting or you're just adding weight.
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where is the cheapest place to buy this stuff?
Your not going to put that stuff down on your beautiful D-90 are you?
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Depending on where you are working there are often better alternatives for mass-loading for vibration damping. Bedliner on the outside of the panels (non-cosmetic bodypanels of course) is dual purpose for both protection and vibration. Inside if you want less noise you need a mass loaded decoupled noise barrier like lead sandwiched in neoprene or mass loaded vinyl laminated to neoprene (or another closed cell foam).

When I finish my reassembly I will publish details and noise figures as improving cabin comfort is one of my priorities.
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Second Skin Audio ...

I went for Second Skin Audio Damplifier Pro and it was a little pricy but not a whole lot more than Dynamat. Sticks like hell and easy to work with. I like the sounds of the "thomp" my doors now do when I close them, and it made a hell of a difference in the audible comfort in the cab as well. I am getting the floors and tub Linexed next month and will report back for the complete result.

I also used there closed cell foam under the diamond plating on the wing and bonnet witch helps allot and planing to do the under hood too with the Damplifier Pro.

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Dynamat is hugely expensive !! The exact same stuff is for sale in McMaster Carr (less the name) for 1/2 the money.
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I had been using dynamatt extreme but if there is something equivilent and cheaper, sign me up.
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I just use it for the floor of the rear tub, firewall and seat box...
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Try this search: http://www.mcmaster.com/#sound-contr...lation/=12kn8i

Look for sound vibration deadening sheets.

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I just use it for the floor of the rear tub, firewall and seat box...
Do you have a carpet set in your truck? What are you putting on top of it?
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