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Buytl Rubber sheets work for sound deadening

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18 minutes ago, ToNasty said:

No. Foil tape is most likely to thin.  Do it the correct way so you only have to do it once

Second skin have foil cover?

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i cant recommend anything but second skin. it turned my 87 honda from a bag of hammers into a ride quiter than most modern vehicles. i wont buy anything else honestly.

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5 minutes ago, strangeduck said:

i cant recommend anything but second skin. it turned my 87 honda from a bag of hammers into a ride quiter than most modern vehicles. i wont buy anything else honestly.

I have moved on from second skin but yes second skin is a good product 

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22 minutes ago, ToNasty said:

I'd rather. It do it here. I already got an ear full somewhat from second skin.  I can do it in pm

by all means

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19 hours ago, Ripkon said:

I just got about 40sq ft of buytl rubber sheets with adhesive backing. Will this be sufficient for deadening doors? 1/16 thick

5u2Zpnd.jpgwhat brand and where did you get it from?

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Shakin not Stirred....my buildhttp://www.stevemead...ngle-cab-build/412 CVX

And put a sealed enclosure in your trunk cut a hole in your deck and call it ported :lol2:

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