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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    hello friend,
    it's very good exeperience to sit in the car and liston high watt bufer sound it just like rocking


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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    I haven't read all 25 pages, but has Fatmat been mentioned? I used about 2000 sq ft in my durango and found it to be pretty solid stuff.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SPLAudioHz View Post
    I haven't read all 25 pages, but has Fatmat been mentioned? I used about 2000 sq ft in my durango and found it to be pretty solid stuff.
    yeah you wasted 1900+ square feet




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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    Any body ever use anything like this? It's 6" wide roll.. about 1/16" thick, pressure sensitive adhesive back... I have some surplus at my work and am thinking of using it for my doors...




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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    Quote Originally Posted by emilimo701 View Post
    yeah you wasted 1900+ square feet
    Junk stuff? Or only need a little bit of it?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave88LX View Post
    Junk stuff? Or only need a little bit of it?
    only need a little on certain problem areas.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mcm308 View Post
    Any body ever use anything like this? It's 6" wide roll.. about 1/16" thick, pressure sensitive adhesive back... I have some surplus at my work and am thinking of using it for my doors...
    seems like that could serve multiple purposes. I have some butyl tape, but it's a little thicker. I haven't used it yet though




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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    Hello!
    I finished my rear doors, needed to add more sound deadening and fixed my rear rattles, I put as much as I could on the external outer metal, maybe left about 2-3 inches untreated on each side of the external metal.

    The problem I have is one of the rear doors (left)does not close as easy as the right door. My right door, I barely push and it closes by itself, my left door does not close unless I make 2 or even more times the effort to close it. I have more than enough on both doors and I do not want to waste material since all I want to do is make it close easier and tighter.

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    Where do I add more SDM to add weight to make it close with less effort, inner layer center, Lower,higher ?
    outer layer, inner layer? closer to the hinges, center, high, low? closer to the end, high, low, middle?


    Thanks in advance for your help!




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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    Holy dead thread revival, Batman!

    Yes, Robin, and wtf is SDM? Is that an evil new abbreviation that is being used against we doer's of good?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex68 View Post
    Holy dead thread revival, Batman!

    Yes, Robin, and wtf is SDM? Is that an evil new abbreviation that is being used against we doer's of good?
    Sound Deadening Material, is that really that hard (SDM)? I posted a thread in the G D section and got no answer yet, I figured since this is a sticky and and a SDM how thread I would post my issue and get some help. Any ideas?




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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    Adjust and grease your door hinge and/or latching mechanism.... "SDM" is to deaden sound, not to help doors close better



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    Re: Proper Door Sound Deadening and You

    I'm going to install new Rainbow speakers in my Buick Verano (same size as Chevy Cruze) which has triple sealed doors. Do I really need sound deadning in the doors or not? I read that sound deadning does not improve midbass, is that true? If I do need sound deadning, I am thinking of going with Damplifier Pro, how many sq feet per door will I need?




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