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just get something that will last, and do it once and be done with it. Go second skin or something of that caliber, it might seem expensive until you never have to do it again and dont end up with asphalt based glue all over the place.

^What he said you can get Bstock SS Damp off of their website.


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audio technix 80 mil is priced well and will do what you need it to do and thats just add weight and stick well.


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okay good so ill stay awat from peel & seal. So any thin parts and like the whole gaps.


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Also you dont need to cover 100 percent of the area just the main places that need it.

Use a lot of small/medium pieces.


1st Setup(SOLD):2007 GMC YukonPioneer Avic F90bt

Audiocontrol Epicenter2 Audioque SDC2.5 15 subs8.7 cubes at 37hz build DONEAudioque 1200d (Audioque 1200d Sold, similar performance to my ap1500)Diamond Audio Hex 6.5 Mids n TweetsCerwin Vega Exl 400 4 channel Bridged(also have MTX 4004 not being used)1 Run of power Knu Fleks 4 Gauge2 Cheap stock Battery setup2nd Setup (SOLD):2007 GMC YukonPioneer Avic F90bt

Audiocontrol Epicenter2 15 Kicker cvx (maybe two SA 15 in future)7 cubes net tuned at 34hzAlphasonik Old school 1600rms (ap 1500d sold GREAT Budget amp)JBL 6.5 Power Series Components, Infinity Kappa 6.5 3 ways, and 2 Kicker KS Tweets (LOUD)Cerwin vega exl4001 run knu Fleks OFC 0 gaugeBig 3 done1 Odyssey 1500, 1 optima yellow top d31

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audio technix 80 mil is priced well and will do what you need it to do and thats just add weight and stick well.

So 10 sq will be enough for a trunk

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Cant say exactly 10 but just focus on the main spots where you have problems and target those then play bass, then target more places, and repeat.

Audio Tech sells them by the 25sq feet so you should be good with that and some to spare. 60 or 80 mil will work.


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ust my 2 cents. i got a things of peal and seal. didnt clean surfaces except for wiping dirt off. did rear hatch in 99 grand cherokee 1 layer, world of a difference. trick for me was doing it is hot weather, it stuck better. im sure other stuff works wayyy better but for being cheap, and quick. it stopped rattles. . .idk if it will stop flex tho, if that makes sense

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Yeah it worked since what you did is add weight which helped.

I chose audio tech just because i knew it was well reviewed and didnt want to take a chance on the peel for smell and stickiness purposes ive read.

BUT if it worked for you and your happy thats great and its something you should not be scared to share with people like the OP.


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Audiocontrol Epicenter2 15 Kicker cvx (maybe two SA 15 in future)7 cubes net tuned at 34hzAlphasonik Old school 1600rms (ap 1500d sold GREAT Budget amp)JBL 6.5 Power Series Components, Infinity Kappa 6.5 3 ways, and 2 Kicker KS Tweets (LOUD)Cerwin vega exl4001 run knu Fleks OFC 0 gaugeBig 3 done1 Odyssey 1500, 1 optima yellow top d31

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ust my 2 cents. i got a things of peal and seal. didnt clean surfaces except for wiping dirt off. did rear hatch in 99 grand cherokee 1 layer, world of a difference. trick for me was doing it is hot weather, it stuck better. im sure other stuff works wayyy better but for being cheap, and quick. it stopped rattles. . .idk if it will stop flex tho, if that makes sense

i just want to stop the rattles. Its mostly bottom of lid where my hatch is.

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Ack, another one of these threads...

People will spend $4000 on a system and cheap out by using roofing material. UGH!

If you want to stop rattles, just look at installing foam behind trim panels. This will isolate them from the sheet metal and stop the rattles.

Proper sound deadener (not rebadged overpriced roofing material) is designed to reduce sheet metal resonance and structural borne noise.

OP, stick with a high quality 100% butyl product and PLEASE avoid P&S.

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