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    to much vibration on the roof

    what is the best way to take out all the rattle of my roof in a 2002 silverado?







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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    Quote Originally Posted by el_papagallos View Post
    what is the best way to take out all the rattle of my roof in a 2002 silverado?
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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    Take a look through my build log (in my sig). Not sure exactly what page it is, but you need to take off the headliner and put foam, deadener, wood, more bracing, anything to stop it.



    Quote Originally Posted by ducatipaso View Post
    15inch subs can't play fast beats, they take more power and that taxes the vehicles electrical system. You will wake up and "hear" then see the light at the end of the tunnel and it will be 3 10's pounding so hard you wont even open your trunk or turn your system on because you 15's will sound sloppy & weak.
    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    stfu lesbo.why are you worried about me so much? you must want to date me ya little cookie monster but i dont even like sweets. your just a cup full of ice, dirt dead nasty azz ice...without the water.

    Dat Build Log: http://mobileaudioforum.com/forum/showthread.php?2566-1999-Chevrolet-Blazer&highlight=1999+blazer

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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    deadener is not to heavy for the roof? thanks info




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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    Quote Originally Posted by el_papagallos View Post
    deadener is not to heavy for the roof? thanks info
    That's the point of deadener, you want to make it heavier

    Well really it's to lower the panel resonance, blah,blah,blah, but essentially you just make it heavier.

    But even deadener won't totally eliminate it. Have to add wood panels in between the supports, or more metal supports, to get it to actually stop. Mine still flops around, but it doesn't rattle.



    Quote Originally Posted by ducatipaso View Post
    15inch subs can't play fast beats, they take more power and that taxes the vehicles electrical system. You will wake up and "hear" then see the light at the end of the tunnel and it will be 3 10's pounding so hard you wont even open your trunk or turn your system on because you 15's will sound sloppy & weak.
    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    stfu lesbo.why are you worried about me so much? you must want to date me ya little cookie monster but i dont even like sweets. your just a cup full of ice, dirt dead nasty azz ice...without the water.

    Dat Build Log: http://mobileaudioforum.com/forum/showthread.php?2566-1999-Chevrolet-Blazer&highlight=1999+blazer

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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    bro u got a ****** blazer




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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    Quote Originally Posted by el_papagallos View Post
    bro u got a ****** blazer
    Your point? A roof is a roof. Yours should be much easier actually.

    I will admit, I thought I read "Suburban" instead of "Silverado" at first. But techniques still apply.



    Quote Originally Posted by ducatipaso View Post
    15inch subs can't play fast beats, they take more power and that taxes the vehicles electrical system. You will wake up and "hear" then see the light at the end of the tunnel and it will be 3 10's pounding so hard you wont even open your trunk or turn your system on because you 15's will sound sloppy & weak.
    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    stfu lesbo.why are you worried about me so much? you must want to date me ya little cookie monster but i dont even like sweets. your just a cup full of ice, dirt dead nasty azz ice...without the water.

    Dat Build Log: http://mobileaudioforum.com/forum/showthread.php?2566-1999-Chevrolet-Blazer&highlight=1999+blazer

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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    like prior stated... brace the roof... deadener won't take it all out... but will definitely be better than what it is now if you don't have deadener!!!!




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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    bro u got me wrong . thats a sick blazer nice build the way u did the twitter i want them like that on my truck.




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    Re: to much vibration on the roof

    Quote Originally Posted by el_papagallos View Post
    bro u got me wrong . thats a sick blazer nice build the way u did the twitter i want them like that on my truck.
    Ah ok man lol, censor makes things difficult.

    But thanks!



    Quote Originally Posted by ducatipaso View Post
    15inch subs can't play fast beats, they take more power and that taxes the vehicles electrical system. You will wake up and "hear" then see the light at the end of the tunnel and it will be 3 10's pounding so hard you wont even open your trunk or turn your system on because you 15's will sound sloppy & weak.
    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    stfu lesbo.why are you worried about me so much? you must want to date me ya little cookie monster but i dont even like sweets. your just a cup full of ice, dirt dead nasty azz ice...without the water.

    Dat Build Log: http://mobileaudioforum.com/forum/showthread.php?2566-1999-Chevrolet-Blazer&highlight=1999+blazer

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