Dynamat, HushMat, FatMat..... ever tried this stuff?

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  1. Dennis H

    Dennis H FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    I too hate kids. I used the knock off stuff from the hardware store. Huge difference inside. Between the overdrive lowering the revs and the heat and noise suppression, it makes trips more comfortable. Easy to talk to each other. A friend used some aircraft type stuff and included the roof. It's like a modern quiet car inside his 'Cuda now. Just do it. Future generations can pound sand.
     
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    Propwash Well-Known Member

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    I went with the Rattletrap......Paid around $150 off fleabay. Did the floors, doors, quarters. Used about 90 Square feet.

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    bigmanjbmopar Newb with a view

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    That one roll did the whole car? Pics?
     
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    tpodwdog Banned

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    yup...one roll did just the floor from tranny tunnel to just under the back seat. i didnt take pix...i know i probably should have.
     
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    jessipup Well-Known Member

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    Ht413 The asphalt stuff may melt. I checked on that with a bunch of interior guys here in Texas and they love the stuff. But that is why I went with the rubber backing because it can easily get over 200 egrees here in Tx and it don't melt.
    I would and did pay for the better stuff, Not gutter flashing from the hardware store. I'm doing a complete new interior and dont want to pay for or do it twice.
     
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