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Old 09-20-2004, 06:30 PM   #1
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There are a few members that have used that peel and seal instead of dynamat. I've read some of the past posts about it. Does it work as well at dynamat? , and does it smell like tar still?? Its getting close to that time for me now...
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i did a lot of it...67 ft of it...

it no longer smells like tar

i have never heard anyones system with actually dynamat, but i will tell you i did hear a noticeable change with my peel and seal installation
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im not sure if it is as good but it does help a ton. i helped my friend do his truck with it and he no longer had any rattles after we did the doors and panels. it is definately worth it if you want some dampening material and dont wanna spend a ton. i also did my trunk and doors and it did help out on the rattles, only problem is my exaust.
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Where can I get some in Canada? I tried Home Depot but they don't have it. Home Hardware is useless as well. I am going to try more hardware stores.
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Lowes and Menards but I dont know if you have those in Canada, and if you look for peel and seal in the stores, look in the roofing area.
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Canadian Tire may. They have Home Depot [in french its something completly different].


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