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Old 01-29-2013, 03:19 AM
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Sound deadening Studebaker

Hi Guys, Im new to the whole custom car scene and I just bought a 1963 Studebaker lark I am looking to do a few things to. to start with I want to dyna mat the interior to drown out some of the road noise. does anybody on here know how much I would need to do the floor, doors, fire wall and boot? even a rough estimation of how much I would need for jus one section ie: how much for boot would be helpful.

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There's a ton of information here about sound deadening a vehicle. Start with this thread, and then do a search for sound deadening. Dynamat vs.Lowes "peel and seal" Remember two things: 1) with these products you get what you pay for 2) you don't need to cover every square inch to get good sound deadening.
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Check into a product called Lizard Skin. It's a spray on sound deading and they also have a spray on insulation coating.
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If you look into Lizard Skin, also check out this thread: alternative to Lizard Skin
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I have used this http://www.metalshield.com/ and for $50 plus shipping its a bargain. Insulate sound deaden and rust proof with one product.
From the website: This product can be used as a single coat system or a two coat system. When using a two coat system a "wet on wet" application method is recommended.
This can be achieved by applying one coat of METAL SHIELD at 5-6 wet mils, let flash for two hours and apply another coat at 10 wet mils.
It can be brushed or rolled on, I used my critter spray gun.
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Measure and add about 20%
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I got a Studebaker also. It's a 46 M series. Few of us Studebaker folks left
Follow the advice they listed above... There are great cheap alternatives to Dynamat and Lizard skin.
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fat mat is like dyna mat but without the $$$$$$$
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I've never heard of metalsheild but for that price I'am going to give it a try. will be ordering the frist gallon this week.
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