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Old 01-26-2010, 02:08 AM
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Re: Dynamat Advice...

Thanks for that site Matt

Alright, and since I am a complete newb to sound deadening I also wanted to know when how much becomes too much on each door. I was thinking lining the whole inside of the door as far as I can reach through the metal skeleton, and then cover all of the inner framing that the stupid factory liner covers already.

Would that be an ample amount? I wanna do this right, and since I have never dabbled in sound deadening before I wanna make sure I don't fawk this up.


Oh, and also is it easy to get this stuff off if I had to? Say a window regulator or something like that goes bad....then what?
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Old 01-26-2010, 07:55 AM
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You can never have too much

But you hit the nail on the head; line the outer skin, line the inner skin. If you can manage, ideally sealing up all of the large holes in the door skin is suggested. Using aluminum flashing, coated wood, etc.

If you need to access for repair, well then, you'll have to pull off what you need to gain access and just replace it later. Pretty much just hope nothing fails
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rob there is material that hi fi user's use on their speaker cabinets if you dont mind spending $$$.... its the thinnest material around and weighs the least and does the best job at deadening sound. but its $$$
And the name of this material is???


What usefulness does the post have without saying what the product is?

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Old 01-26-2010, 08:40 AM
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LOL - he was too excited about his midnight detail

The material is Cascade and it's waayyyyy overpriced
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^Can you believe this dude is washing and detailing at midnight? Dont get me wrong, I love detailing but not at that hour. LOL

I replied to his text saying come wash my Jeep. LOL
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^Can you believe this dude is washing and detailing at midnight? Dont get me wrong, I love detailing but not at that hour. LOL

I replied to his text saying come wash my Jeep. LOL
haha, yeah, Irf is a bit 'out there' - LOL

And his headlight LED's look retarded
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I told him it looks like rice. He was like "yeah, I'm not in love with it."

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Re: Dynamat Advice...

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You can never have too much

But you hit the nail on the head; line the outer skin, line the inner skin. If you can manage, ideally sealing up all of the large holes in the door skin is suggested. Using aluminum flashing, coated wood, etc.

If you need to access for repair, well then, you'll have to pull off what you need to gain access and just replace it later. Pretty much just hope nothing fails
Alright good to hear I have a pretty good idea of what needs to be done. Unlike you guys, since I'm ridin dirty in a 12 year old Jeep here, making sure I can repair things in the door is a pretty big issue since you never know what can go wrong at this point lol. Hopefully nothing knock on wood.

The only other thing I am concerned about is the hatch...I know on my Thunderbird if you put too much dynamat in the trunklid, the lid would no longer be able to stay up on it's own. I would assume the hatch could have the same issue if it becomes to heavy for the struts to hold?
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Re: Dynamat Advice...

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And the name of this material is???


What usefulness does the post have without saying what the product is?

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don't worry about it, doesnt concern you!!! you're never gonna use it or ever take apart any panel in your truck!!!! lolol go to the silver thread!!!

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LOL - he was too excited about his midnight detail

The material is Cascade and it's waayyyyy overpriced
cascade is good stuff bro!!! but it is $$$

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^Can you believe this dude is washing and detailing at midnight? Dont get me wrong, I love detailing but not at that hour. LOL

I replied to his text saying come wash my Jeep. LOL
i ended at midnight bc i took breaks and had to leave it for an hour or so at a time

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haha, yeah, Irf is a bit 'out there' - LOL

And his headlight LED's look retarded
poll is up biatch!

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I told him it looks like rice. He was like "yeah, I'm not in love with it."
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Old 01-26-2010, 12:41 PM
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Alright good to hear I have a pretty good idea of what needs to be done. Unlike you guys, since I'm ridin dirty in a 12 year old Jeep here, making sure I can repair things in the door is a pretty big issue since you never know what can go wrong at this point lol. Hopefully nothing knock on wood.

The only other thing I am concerned about is the hatch...I know on my Thunderbird if you put too much dynamat in the trunklid, the lid would no longer be able to stay up on it's own. I would assume the hatch could have the same issue if it becomes to heavy for the struts to hold?
Yeah, that's a good point. Hmm, you may want to wait until someone who has deadner on their hatch to respond (I think TimmyB does). I can't imagine one or two layers being too heavy to keep the strut from working... you may want to weight how much deadner you are planning to use on the hatch, then somehow attach that much weight to the hatch and see if it opens.
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I'm going to have to argue with you on that one. There is clearly a plateau of deadening performance in relation to coverage.

The layer that is pictured serves dually as rattle barrier ( main purpose) as well as absorbing some of the higher frequencies of road noise. I wouldn't remove it without planning a replacement.

as far as using aluminum/butyl products to stop panel resonance, you only need approx 25% coverage for every flat surface.

Don't expect dramatic affects of dampening with normal products, you'd need lead and concrete to do it correctly and that's just not practical at all.
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