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Old 09-28-2006, 09:49 PM
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One of my customers told me http://www.fatmat.com/ was good stuff. It's a good bit cheeper the Dynamat.

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Anyone looking to use a mat type product would do well to read this site:

http://www.sounddeadenershowdown.com/

Seems like a lot of good information.

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on my first install I used brown bread and it was really good on my trunk. Took out all rattles and focused sound into the cabin so good that when windows and doors closed you could hear a slight thump but open the doors and it was a concert inside. Only downside to brown bread was I found that it came off way too fast, it will be dynamat for me next time
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I have a friend that did his car with the RAAMmat BXT60... seems to work as well as Dynamat at a fraction of the cost.
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Peel & Seal

I used the peel & Seal. Covered my entire cab (64 C-10) and doors for less than 100 bucks. It is the Bomb! IMHO.
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