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Old 04-27-2009, 02:40 PM   #1
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I was wondering if any of you guys have put Dynamat or any of the other products in your trunk for deaden the rattles and how much ft² you used to get it completed.
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its been so long since I have ordered my sound deadner that, I dont remember how much I ordered. Its even tougher because you are going to want to do maybe 2-3 layers. where are you getting it from? maybe they are used to selling it to alot of different sized cars and can make the best suggestion to you. I do remember when i got my sound deadner from elemental designs, I just told the guy I drove a bonnie and he said well that has a large trunk so you would probably need x amount. Look on the bright side, if you end up with more, you can always use it in areas that need it the most where as to ending up with less and not having enough
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i sell sound deadner too so if you want to get a price from me, send me a pm. i give club members a discount and also will do group buys
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I guess I can stop being lazy and get out there a measure it and figure it all out. I was going to try peel and seal or e-dead. I figure either one will work good enough,
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e dead is great. you should order the thickest mil they have. order enough to do a few layers. especially on the trunk lid so it doesnt rattle. and license plate
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Sounds good, thanks for the information!
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