Thats why i keep mentioning Fire & IceRob454 said:Why do you guys spend so much money? All that stuff is its waterproofing matting. I get this stuff called Bichathane from any home depot or waterproofing or lumber yard warehouse. I may of have it mispelled but go to a home depot and ask for Bichathane. My buddy did his truck in Dynomat and I took a smallpiece and compared it and it looks identical with the exception of the silver backing. the bichathane has a clear plastic smooth or black with writing backing thewn the sticky side. comes in 1 foot to 4 foot wide rolls.
50 or 100 sqare feet isnt quite enough to cover the interior, imo. i went through 1 large bulk pack and all i got done was the doors and the cab corners. i got one layer in the corners of the cab, and really took some time out and covered the doors big time. i used two big bulk packs from dynomat, and i right now, i used one and a half of those, and i still have the floor to do (just havent had the time to do it lately---alot of overtime the past 3 weeks). im hoping i have enough, but ill prolly have to either get a small box more to finixh it off. not really high on the to do list for me as of late, i need a new distributor and gear and bushing on my truck...running like a dog with no legs right now.... :rant:BlueCC00RT said:Thats why i keep mentioning Fire & Ice
Buttle & foil is the same no matter what friggen name you put on it you get like 50 to 100 sq feet(dont remember exact sq footage but i know its more then needed for a Whole CC) for 50.00
i have used alot of sound deadener and dynamat extreme is by far the best the only thing that even comes close is stingers roadkill top of the line stuff, some of the cheaper stuff you buy will melt in high heat trust me i no i had a mess in my cc area the dynamat won't melt there are a lot of immators out there don't get cheap when doing it it makes a world of difference trust me this what i do :biggthump...dave said:i used the eDead in my Dakota as well... i didn't get a good before/after comparison, because i did it while i had the interior torn out for the sound system install, but i don't have any rattles with my Thunderform. Dynamat seems to have far and away the highest mark-up of any sound-deadening product out there, i wouldn't recommend it to anyone spending their own money.