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07-27-2012 07:31 AM
DanTwoLakes Just seal the floor with anything that will help keep it from getting rusty. As far as insulation goes, I would put down some kind of sound deadener/ heat shield like Dynamat or Fat Mat, and then pad over that with your choice of underlayment for the carpet.
07-26-2012 09:32 PM
floorboards, paint? insulation?

I'm about to finish my floorboards in my '39 Ford two door sedan. It's channeled over an S10 Blazer frame so I made my own. They are welded in and seam sealed. Should I just do the Rustoleum thing or is some other paint better? Should I put 1/4 inch insulation on them? I also have to old insulation and from the S10 Blazer if something like that would do. Thanks in advance, Rod

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