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Old 03-27-2009, 05:10 PM
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Who is selling Dynamat? or any suggestions?

I need that padding for my trunk cause its rattling all over the place and its annoying as anything..
I don't have $200 to buy dynamat from futureshop.
I have about $30-$40 max.

Thanks guys.
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Old 03-27-2009, 05:17 PM
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I would be interested also.... thanks...
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Old 03-27-2009, 05:45 PM
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sound deadening for your trunk at the price you want it is very hard to find. your best bet is to check this link out:
Elemental Designs
It has its pros and cons, but dont expect much from it
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I would be interested also.... thanks...
The **** your from Bathurst bro?
Who are you? LOL
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You guys install your own Dynamat? I mean, it's "That Easy" or its worth paying someone for the install ...

I have a feeling though, around here with so many DIY'ers, I'm going to hear its worth putting it in yourself (lol).

I'm just wondering if it's easy enough to do.
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I just need the rattling gone, please for gods sake.
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Originally Posted by sirux View Post
I need that padding for my trunk cause its rattling all over the place and its annoying as anything..
I don't have $200 to buy dynamat from futureshop.
I have about $30-$40 max.

Thanks guys.
imo, you cant nickel and dime.

u get a hell of alot of dynamat in that bulk pack.
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Originally Posted by DaVibe View Post
You guys install your own Dynamat? I mean, it's "That Easy" or its worth paying someone for the install ...

I have a feeling though, around here with so many DIY'ers, I'm going to hear its worth putting it in yourself (lol).

I'm just wondering if it's easy enough to do.

Ya, It's not super hard. Here is a link to a Youtube vid. They only used the "original" version which is a little more plyable than the Xtreme but Xtreme is the way to go. As my post on the vid says .... don't be afraid to use your thumbs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyuhgHOdnCU&feature=channel_page
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I need that padding for my trunk cause its rattling all over the place and its annoying as anything..
I don't have $200 to buy dynamat from futureshop.
I have about $30-$40 max.

Thanks guys.

On a $30 - $40 budget - buy low expanding foam and silicone, it's more effective than you may think. Just put it in the right places. Dynamat Xtreme is all I've ever used, oh, and a little foam and silicone.
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Where do I put the silicone and foam?
I was thinking of buying a bottle of foam and put it in the trunk lid.
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