Was looking at the sound deadener showdown website. And I noticed something that he neglected to mention. All these sound deadner guys seem to "neglect" to mention an awful lot. Anyway, how in the world are you supposed to get all that stuff to fit under your carpet? Rather, fit under the carpet, and still get all your trim pieces to fit back down? I used an off brand deadener called B-quiet on my 1987 Chevy Silverado. Its just your standard aluminum backed, butyl based rubber CLD Tiles. Works ok. But I had to deal with getting all the panels that touch the floor back down. And that's just with 1 layer of aluminum backed rubber. What if I were to buy all that stuff he recommend on his website? Like foam and vinyl. I have serious doubts that it would even fit under there at all. Has anyone ever run into this? We're talking about at least a half an inch thicker than the car was designed to fit on its floor. What would be your recommendation on how to overcome this?
My carpet in the truck has about a half inch that tucks underneath the kick panels, the door step panels, and the real panels behind the seat. If you go raising the carpet up higher, its simply not going to fit in the truck anymore. I barely got it to fit with just one layer of CLD tiles. Not sure what you other guys are doing, those of you using the rest of the stuff they sell.