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Unread 01-11-2014, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default School me on sound deadening

So I'm out of my element on this subject. I'm trying to cover the back wall & floor of my cab with a sound deadening material. Problem is I have no idea what material I should use.

Suggestions from the peanut gallery please....
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I used B-quiet and V-comp matting.
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I use (and have used in another vehicle) Dynamat.
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B-quiet will stick to anything, you don't have to prep and clean and have a dry oil free surface like you do with dynamat. Not to mention dynamat is more expensive.
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I have only used dynamite and it worked well. Others have different brands and got good results as well, see 4mudders posts on this.

You may also consider to put some on the inside of your doors and by the firewall. Don't need to cover all just a good portion of it to get results.
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Thanks guys.
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I have used Dynamat on a previous project but found "Fatmat" to be of equal quality at a much more affordable price. This product is SUPER sticky.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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When I researched the subject about 18 months ago, I ended up utilizing Sound Deadener Showdown. I've been happy with the results, found Don to be very helpful, and would do it again. I have no connection to him, just a happy customer with a quieter 4Runner interior...

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