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Capt Milks July 13th, 2013 07:34 AM

Dynamat Hoodliner
 
Has anybody used the Dynamat Hoodliner? If so did you use the regular sound deadener first and then apply the hoodliner? The factory insulation for the Defender hood is rather pricey.

aosias July 13th, 2013 08:50 AM

I just applied the hoodliner directly to the hood, no sound deadener first. Saw a noticeable improvement in noise in the truck and the hood no longer looks like it is going to vibrate off. Did increase heat a bit- maybe 5 degrees total I think.

Red90 July 13th, 2013 11:14 AM

B-quiet hliner.

brutus147 July 19th, 2013 09:38 PM

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Saw at West Marine tonight. Anyone ever give this a shot? They have 1/2 and full inch rolls

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Mpfish82 July 20th, 2013 07:51 AM

I am doing some work right now on my truck and going to install B-Quiet or Dynamat. Does anyone have any experience doing this to the bulkhead, floorboards, footwells and transmission area? How do the open vents affect this stuff? I just don't want water getting in and ruining it.

Uncle Douglas July 20th, 2013 11:06 AM

Mike,
I have a roll of the Dynamat hoodliner. I bought it and never installed it because its open cell foam. Joel tried it on one of his rigs and the foam fills up with water an creates more problems than its worth.

http://dynamat.com/products_car_audio_hoodliner.html

If you want it lets meet up- buy lunch and its yours.

Capt Milks July 20th, 2013 02:41 PM

Doug,
That is what I needed to know. I thought it would fill with water. Thanks for the offer however. We can have lunch no matter. No problem.

Ray_G July 20th, 2013 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Uncle Douglas (Post 454090)
Mike,
I have a roll of the Dynamat hoodliner. I bought it and never installed it because its open cell foam. Joel tried it on one of his rigs and the foam fills up with water an creates more problems than its worth.

http://dynamat.com/products_car_audio_hoodliner.html

If you want it lets meet up- buy lunch and its yours.

Odd, I've had one of these kits under the hood of my Disco (with vents) for years and never had an issue with water in it. I always figured the underhood temps would dry out whatever water came in...but I've never noticed anything amiss.


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