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Product: Audio Technix 60 Mil Sound Deadener - B-Stock Manufactured by: Audio Technix Received from: dirtysouth32 I got a full roll of Audio Technix 60 Mil deadener, from Don, that he didn't end up using for the Jeep rebuild. The reason for it being B-Stock, was only due to the wax paper being harder than normal to pull off. That's it. Even then, it wasn't really that tough to pull off, just grab a corner, and separate from the deadener and pull. As of right now, I've only applied it to my trunk lid and can already tell a noticeable difference. My trunk rattle was horrendous, but I've grown accustomed to it for so long, that I didn't really notice it anymore. I had sprayed Great Stuff in all the nooks and crannies of the trunk lid when I first put my system in, but it didn't make much of a difference in eliminating the rattles. The trunk had been previously prepped for putting deadener on, it was just a matter of when I was actually going to buy the deadener. But Don tossed the offer at me and I couldn't refuse. It was extremely easy to apply. Thick, yet flexible enough to form and fit the contours of my trunk lid. The adhesive is very sticky, so it had no problems sticking to the metal. Just had to lay it on and press out all the air bubbles, then continued to lay on strips until it got too hot outside to work. Got about 75% of the trunk lid done, then got my temperature meter and stuck it in the trunk, closed the lid and went inside. Went back out to check on it 2 hours later, only to find that the temperature meter was reading 131 degrees, and there was absolutely no sagging of any of the deadener and none of it had shifted from the places where I applied it to. Next was the driving test. The first thing I noticed was how much cleaner the bass appeared to be. The second thing was the lack of trunk rattle. Drove my normal route, which was about 45 minutes on the road, at various volumes, down bumpy roads and across railroad tracks, and the clarity of the bass stayed the same, and none of the rattles came back. I got to my destination and popped the trunk to see if any of the deadener moved around or started to sag, and the answer is no. Nothing was out of place and it was all still stuck to the trunk lid. On the way home, I had a friend driving beside me while going at full volume and he said that he could tell a difference. He couldn't hear any trunk rattle from outside the car, both driving, and at a stoplight. And he said that he could tell a difference in the quality of bass that was coming from the car. It sounded undistorted. He's ridden in my car before and has been at shows with me and knew how bad the rattle used to be. In my opinion, it's a great product for the money. Does what it's supposed to do and honestly exceeded my expectations. I've talked to Coleman, owner of Audio Technix, and he stands by his product 110%. If you buy his products and just happen to have a problem with it, he will go above and beyond any expectations to make sure that you are satisfied with the end result. I will get videos of end result when I get a free minute to do so, and I will add to this thread if I have any further updates about the product. - Adam