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    stop trunk noise

    Yeah i put 2 10" DB drive and they hit loud, but i getting alot of rattle from the trunk. What can i do that doesnt cost that much and works good that will stop the rattle.

    Also my car is a forest green color,and i want to put the cobra lights on the hood but i dont know what color would look better.







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    Re: stop trunk noise

    Originally posted by daddymack10
    Yeah i put 2 10" DB drive and they hit loud, but i getting alot of rattle from the trunk. What can i do that doesnt cost that much and works good that will stop the rattle.
    Dymanat, E-dead, some kind of sound deadening material...people also go cheaper with weatherstripping around the edges to prevent that horrible sound of body panels shaking.



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    B-Quiet is a very inexpensive sound deadening material. (B-Quiet.com) I used Seam Sealer where the body pannels come together. It can be foud at automotive stores. Another thing I used was foam padding in my quarter pannels and any where else I could stuff it. I just used that pink egg carton looking foam for like a mattress. Get it at Wal-mart for $7-$8.



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    Seam Sealer?

    Never heard of it, but would this stuff work for doors as well?




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    I comes in a caulk tube. I guess it would work on doors; where the pannels join together. It stays flexible. Got mine @ NAPA. Ask for Seam Sealer.



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    **R = sq.rt. A / Pi (for square/slot port)

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