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    Rear Deck Cover Up

    Never realized how much pressure the rear deck is under. I thought the trunk was sealed off, but the deadener covering the old 6x9 holes in the rear deck ripped from the pressure.



    Any ideas on how to cover these large holes?



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    Make a ring out of mdf to cover the hole the spray foam maybe?



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    U could deadener the whole back dash... I would get under there and fiberglass everything solid




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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    ABS. Just like you seal a door



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    Quote Originally Posted by Austin175 View Post
    Make a ring out of mdf to cover the hole the spray foam maybe?
    Quote Originally Posted by Hertz Mafia View Post
    U could deadener the whole back dash... I would get under there and fiberglass everything solid
    Quote Originally Posted by LosIsATool View Post
    ABS. Just like you seal a door

    Whole deck is deadened, above and underneath, this^ was the result. I am thinking about fiberglass but at the same time I don't want to customize the vehicle too much.

    What ABS do you recommend?



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    I'd use sheetmetal.



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    Sheet metal works also but ABS won't cut you open. Just get some thin stuff and Tesa double sided tape. Cut it out, tape it up, put a layer of deadener on it.



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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    Quote Originally Posted by Slo_Ride View Post
    I'd use sheetmetal.
    Yep! That's what I used to seal up the big holes in my inner door sheet metal to make it behave a little more than a speaker cabinet! Sheet metal stuck on with 1/16" foam tape then many little self tapping screws to make sure it stayed in place. Covered it with the BQuiet sound deadener I'd bought before I bought a bunch of Damplifier Pro!

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    Re: Rear Deck Cover Up

    scrap wood. Then bolt up them covers made from wood into those existing holes I see in the pic.



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