sound deadening material

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Re: sound deadening material

Postby Bill Ramsey » Sun Mar 20, 2016 5:37 pm

Jacksdad wrote:
Bill Ramsey wrote:I used peel n seal on floors, firewall, back wall and ceiling. works great.


Bill - I know from personal experience that it gets a little toasty in Ramona. Any problems with the Peel & Seal not sticking to the roof when it gets hot?

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Nope.

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Re: sound deadening material

Postby Jacksdad » Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:27 pm

Good enough for me - Peel & Seal it is. Thanks :thup:
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Re: sound deadening material

Postby Zorm » Tue Aug 29, 2017 7:44 am

anyone thought of using two layers of the "peel n seal" ? and when you did this, did any of you remove the tranny hump cover and do it separate?
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Re: sound deadening material

Postby sargentrs » Tue Aug 29, 2017 5:27 pm

I'm sure 2 layers of PnS would be double the soundproofing. I don't see that it would cause any issues. When I installed mine I just laid it right over the hump and then cut around the edge so I could remove the hump when I wanted to. Did the same thing with my EZ Cool insulation.
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