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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

i can recommend a really good material but it is $$$
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Old 11-09-2009, 02:34 PM
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i can recommend a really good material but it is $$$
Cascade...?
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Old 11-09-2009, 10:50 PM
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i can recommend a really good material but it is $$$

Like I said I have a big roll of lead flashing laying around in my basement so I wanted to use it. I also have rolls and rolls of peel n stick waterproofing membrane still to use like i already did in my cargo floor and all my doors. I wouldnt spend money for "soundproofing" materials since I have access to similar materials for free but i'd just have to use more of and double them up. I was actually going to buy mass loaded vinyl for my hood but the Roxul mineral wool insulation I stuffed in the framing seems to work great and cut down on alot of road noise, all for free off construction sites.

And im going to use the lead flashing in the cargo area, maybe tomorrow if I get off work early enough and its still light out. When I drive on the highway I turn the radio down and listen for where I hear road noise the most, and right now its coming from the back at the cargo floor or even under the rear seats which I havent touched yet. Anyone remove the rear seats and peel up the carpet back there, I want to lay some peel n stick down under there before winter comes. The seat come up easy?
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

i took my back seat bottom out. it was just 2 bolts. in the front of the seat near the outer corner. it lifted right out after that.
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

Try some window tape from the hardware store. Its the same as dynamat and others just way cheaper. I used in on my pickup and it worked great
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Old 12-04-2009, 04:06 PM
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

^^^ please elaborate on this! pics? brand name?
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

I dont have any pictures of my install but it comes in 4 inch wide roles. Its an asphault based tape with a type of aluminum foil on one side and an adhesive on the other.

Here is a link http://www.tarcoroofing.com/pdf/LB_Door_&_Window.pdf

You should be able to go to a lowes homedepot etc and get it. I think I used 4 roles to do all for doors the back seat and back wall of my full size dodge pickup. I think I paid around $13 per role but that was a few years back.
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Old 12-04-2009, 05:47 PM
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

Stay away from the asphalt-based, aluminum-backed adhesives. Asphalt can heat up and not only smell up your car, but also melt off of it's mounting plane.

I'm not saying it isn't effective. It is (although not as good of a product compared a true sound deadner - Second Skin, RAAMat), but you'll need more of it, and of course run the risk of what I said above.
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Re: Lead for Soundproofing..

I had no problem with the smell. When I installed it i used a heat gun to form around all the curves. It was quite hot at times and still no problem

Im sure its doesnt work as well as the actual sound deadener but, my experience with window tape in 4 different vehicles has been good
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I had no problem with the smell. When I installed it i used a heat gun to form around all the curves. It was quite hot at times and still no problem
hmm, that's good! Where are you located? I think it was a lot of folks in the hotter states that were having problems.
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That could be. Im in South Dakota, although we get some very hot days. 105+ is not as consistant as it is where most live. Its 9 degrees now. We get a little of everything
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Old 12-04-2009, 06:37 PM
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That could be. Im in South Dakota, although we get some very hot days. 105+ is not as consistant as it is where most live. Its 9 degrees now. We get a little of everything
Yeah, that could be why. Either way, that's a good thing for you! For as cheap as it is, just add until you don't need anymore.
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