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Sound Proofing

Discussion in 'Interior' started by Moose Drool, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. eskimomann209

    eskimomann209 Full Access Member

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    I used the summit brand for the firewall
    And then I put commercial pad
    Over it with some trimmed to fit card board

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    Jrgunn5150 Questionable methods

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    That's the loudest area on my truck as well.
     
  3. yevgenievich

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    It made a good difference adding insulation to firewall and adding blocking covers below the dash
     
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  5. eskimomann209

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    Blocking covers?
     
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    Made panels from sheets of plastic and lined with mlv+foam
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    Mostly behind the panel and a small section on the inside of the door skin..just in case.
     
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    It was just from Amazon. Abs plastic sheets. Used two, one for each side of the dash
     
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