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    CLD Tiles Review

    Well i already did my build log and just wanted to give some input on the performance of the CLD Tiles. I think they are just as good as dynamat extreme as thats the only other sound deadener i have used to compare to. Is it any better im not really sure but it did seem to make my doors seem to have a deeper midbass with the componets i have. I would recommend this product as it does work. i think for the rest of my truck i may try something else just for more comparisons. Product went on very easily, roller prolly would make it 10x easier than by hand but it still went on easy and was plenty sticky. Hope this helps others who may want to try them



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    From what I have read it is a great product, I know for a fact the Second Skin products are TOP NOTCH so I will stick with what I know works. Thanks for the review!



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    Sds is better. Original (sds) > copy (ss)



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    copy what? maybe a play on names..then maybe. NO ONE can say the SS gear *****.



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    Re: CLD Tiles Review

    i havent tried SS but i have heard great things about their products as well and i will be trying out theres next



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    Re: CLD Tiles Review

    From everything that I have heard, the tiles that Don sell are great!
    Nont a single bad review yet.
    2 mm of a good adhesive.
    8 mils of hard foil

    Everything you need for a stellar vibration damping mat.
    It is no wonder that the OP gave good review when tested against Dynamat Extreme. His tiles have twice as thick foil and 30% more adhesive by thickness.

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    copy what? maybe a play on names..then maybe. NO ONE can say the SS gear *****.
    SS is old news. old bad news

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Bang View Post
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    SS Keeps the D out!



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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaloJntariac View Post
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    Re: CLD Tiles Review

    Quote Originally Posted by atsaubrey View Post
    copy what? maybe a play on names..then maybe. NO ONE can say the SS gear *****.
    Either you're in denial or you're rollin some whacky tobacky with your Damplifer. Play on names? What a fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaloJntariac View Post
    SS Keeps the D out!
    THIS^ was a play on names. A dang good one, too.




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    Re: CLD Tiles Review

    Quote Originally Posted by djarmy2004 View Post
    roller prolly would make it 10x easier than by hand
    Definitely makes it much easier. You can do without, in the same way you don't technically need a fork to eat your dinner, but it makes the experience a lot more pleasant and does a better job to boot. Never understood "Don't need a roller" as a selling point. Glad you liked them.




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