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07-25-2005 12:30 PM
Heat and sound solution

Check out the website
The product called Zeroclearance is for exterior
The Lytherm MAX is for undercarpet.

These are what are used in the F150 Ford Truck.

Good luck !

07-24-2005 05:29 PM
39chevy Poncho, yes my exhaust is pretty close but I guess I will have to insulate the whole darn floor, is there any better material to use other than Cool it thermo tec? Thanks, Dana
07-23-2005 07:43 PM
poncho62 What kind of car?

Is the exhaust close to the firewall and floorboards?
07-23-2005 07:26 PM
keeping heat out

My que: I have installed 1 layer of Cool it Thermo Tec,(one side is the silver foil type) on my firewall and I have installed the same product with the matting attached! I am still getting more heat inside the car than I think I should be getting. Any suggestions that I should do extra? Thanks in advance, Dana

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