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mstyler05 20 Dec 2010 12:58 am

Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
I am trying to quiet my car inside because it is really loud and my doors all rattle. What is the difference between edead and dynamat? Are their other products that do the same for cheaper?

mityqwik 20 Dec 2010 01:13 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
i think chromenut has the answer for this one he just posted a day or 2 ago about edead :o:o

Chromenut 20 Dec 2010 09:59 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
...I'm just a blathering idiot...

mityqwik 20 Dec 2010 10:05 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
I'll wait for you to post your contacts before i buy my "edead" i'm going to order about 45 to 50 feet of it:o:lightbulb:

Chromenut 20 Dec 2010 10:10 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
...I'm just a blathering idiot...

mityqwik 20 Dec 2010 10:32 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
i am planning to do my work at the end of spring and since i am here in Va.if i run out i'll come to NC and get the rest (lol)
i am planning on just my floors , removing the seat's and carpeting i'll leave my door's alone till i have to go inside one of them for a repair or what ever.
so i am taking a guess that 50' will do
:1st:

Chromenut 20 Dec 2010 10:47 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
...I'm just a blathering idiot...

mityqwik 20 Dec 2010 11:26 am

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
Thanks chromenut i will use that:lightbulb:

lowpt 21 Dec 2010 09:58 pm

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
Have you looked at second skin? Sound Deadening Materials for Noise Reduction from Second Skin

xwing777 21 Dec 2010 11:46 pm

Re: Sound Deadening...Edead vs dynamat?
 
You can also use peel&seal (roofing area at lowes/homedepot) if your on a budget. I have done several cars before this way and unlike some post on the web, never had a problem with it.

Had it everywhere in a mustang for over 10 years and was on as tight as the day i installed it. Prep work is the key with any of it though.

Some will say you cant use this stuff, BUT all asphalt based deadeners are basically made the same way and use the same stuff. It your choise if you want to pay a lot extra for the fancy name printed on the foil or not.


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