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2006 Avalanche. First Timer!


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Floor and doors should be last. Roof seriously needs to be first. Even rain makes a horrible noise. Just a heads up. If you've ever taken a peice of sheet metal and shaken in. That's what these roofs sound like.

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I recall having issues with my sunroof making at racket!!!! Damn Headliner was a pain to take out. Do you have pics of your install (sound deadening) ?

HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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I remember taking it out through the bed indeed. Does anyone do under the cargo mat in the bed, to help with tire and exhaust noise?

HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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i got the b-stock 20 pounder pack for a nice price. did 3 layers on the roof of my 06 avalanche, and i still got about 10 sheets left. Everything else has already been done in 2 layers including under the bed. i haven't done the floor yet, but i plan too.

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Nice! Can the b stock be used for anything else other than roof? Are there any other avalanche or EXT builds on here?? Not coming across them often

HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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Absolutely Keagan, the Damplifier and Damplifier Pro B Stock has the same high quality butyl rubber and same annealed foil as the A Stock and will hold on to the metal for good. All Damplifier products can be used on floor, doors, trunk, firewall, hood, ceiling, pillars, and/or doors without any issues.

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Started with the inner doors skin today on all 4 doors and did one sheet on driver side and passenger side floor. Got discourage thinking about removing that carpet. When the next shipment comes we will tackle the floors for good.

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HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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First post updated with progress of install.

HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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first post updated with pillar dampening

HU: Pioneer 4100 NEX
Subs: 2 Rockford Fosgate R2SD4-10"
Amp: Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd wired @ 1ohm
Front: Polk Audio Components DB6501
Amp: Pioneer GM A5602 wired @ 4 ohm
Rear: Polk Audio Coaxials db651s
(2) OM-1s, (1) VM-1

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