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Old 05-05-2011, 03:47 AM
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Interior Rust Prevention/Noise suppression

I am building a 1967 Imperial Crown lovingly known as The Wanderer. I will be pulling up the carpets tomorrow and removing the sound deadening material. This is a slow rebuild due to the economy and all but I am doing each step to the utmost best I can. I have found minor rusting on the passenger comparment floorboards. I plan to use a wire brush on a drill to remove all rust and paint and so on. Then clean with a vaccum and acetone.

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I am considering a spray on liner such as Rhino or Line-x and am wondering if anybody else has done this or advice on other products.
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I'm currently doing the same thing in my Rivi.

clean it up, patch holes, seam sealer....blah blah blah.

after all that, I'm using rustoleum's aresol bed liner and some stuff called Peel & Seal. It's a roof flashing material with the same specs as DynaMat......but way cheaper.
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There is a reason why the Peel & Seal is a fraction of the price of Dynamat. They may look a lot alike, but Peel & Seal does not have the same specs as Dynamat. Peel & Seal is an asphalt based product and Dynamat is butyl based, and it has higher temperature ratings than Peel & Seal. Dynamat is overpriced in my opinion, but there are other products out there like Fat Mat, B-Quiet, RaMat etc. that are better choices than Peel & Seal.
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I am considering a spray on liner such as Rhino or Line-x and am wondering if anybody else has done this or advice on other products.
Thanks,
Dan

Dan,

I sprayed the underside of my Body with SPI Bedliner-it's great stuff and will stick/last much longer/better than anything you can sprya on in a spray can-

http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com...ct%20lines.htm
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I would use SPI bedliner or any other bedliner spray or brush on material before I would use Dynamat. The reason is that there is only so much benefit you can gain from any of these products, so why spend twice or three times as much to get the same result?
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