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    i order 2 rolls of raammats deadener, which is 125 sq.ft total, do you think this will be enough to do my jeep liberty or should i order more.



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    o ya i wanted to ask if it would be a good idea to do the roof or just leave it also....



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    Re: raammat

    Quote Originally Posted by littledude View Post
    i order 2 rolls of raammats deadener, which is 125 sq.ft total, do you think this will be enough to do my jeep liberty or should i order more.
    You need a tape measure, a piece of paper, and a pencil. Decide what you are going to cover (floor, doors, etc) then take some rough measurements of these areas. Add up the area, and that's approx how much you need. You'll get alot more accurate idea of your situation than a bunch of guesses from us.



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    Re: raammat

    Quote Originally Posted by littledude View Post
    o ya i wanted to ask if it would be a good idea to do the roof or just leave it also....
    The rule of deadening is, some is good, more is better

    Can't hurt...if it was me, I'd do something like two layers on the roof, two layers on the floorboards (could use asphalt based deadener to save money here), and as many as needed on the doors.




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