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    help with my trunk

    i want to find out if that dynamat stuff really helps or is just a waste of money. or if somebody has an idea to get rid of the annoying trunk rattle and make it sound better outside please tell me







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    Re: help with my trunk

    What kind of car my man ? Where's the rattle coming from ? what part of the trunk ? Dynamat, brown bread, second skin, raam mat, roadkill, gatorback, edead, yada,yada work great. But you got to figure out what's rattling to stop it



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    it's a 93 grand and it has a rear spoiler that is rattiling




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    Re: help with my trunk

    I would try some rubber grommets on the mounting screws if it uses them. Deadening the trunk lid would also help. but I would try the grommets and tightening everything before that. Metal to metal rattling ***** it's sometimes difficult to get rid of.



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    Re: help with my trunk

    i had a 6000, and i totally eliminated the trunk rattle by simply extending the rubber stopers on the trunk lid. just one whole turn and everything is quiet, or just quiet enough to not be heard over the poudning *grinz*




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    Re: help with my trunk

    what is the cheapest, yet effective soundeadener?




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    Re: help with my trunk

    Quote Originally Posted by missionpilot
    what is the cheapest, yet effective soundeadener?
    I believe raamat is the best, 60 mils thick, and 100$ for 60sqft, more than you will find with any deadener. Faatmat is cheaper than that, 80$ for 60sqft, but it is not as dense.

    You can find raamat at www.raamaudio.com




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