this may have been discussed but please fill me in on how to reduce the heat in side. ive got Blinstar doors and its CRAZY HOT!!
This is the same stuff I used on commander and maverick! Works very good depending on how detailed of a job you do! Found the tar or rubber back sound shield comes loose and melts on engine... Can be a big mess! I found if you wipe the back of the panels down with xylene first the foam foiled self adhesive backed insulation and foil tape stays better. Also get some large soft foam pipe wrap for the coolant lines on pass side and I sandwich a piece of foam order the shifter. Just cut a thin line where ever the shifter travels. Also remove all exhaust paint and wrap with tight overlapping except clamping areas and spray down good soaking of ceramic wrap paint to seal wrapping. This will hold to psi washing,mud or what ever without coming loose. Your drinks stay cold and you won't have any cab heat but most likely miss it in the winter.Lowes sells self adhesive pipe insulation its I think it's about 12 inches wide best I can remember ,and about 20 dollars a roll . Get that and a roll of aluminum tape to put on seams ,and line the underside of you cab panels ,and double up on cub holders . One roll will do 2 mavericks . Bam 3 beers,1 hour ,and 25 bucks later 75 percent of your cab heat will be gone !
sounds like y'all don't drink your beer fast enough lol! I haven't really been bothered with the heat that bad. I mean its just always hot as hell here anyways. I am gonna look into doing that this weekend though while I'm doing belt temp gauge.
Is that just some sort of thermal blanket that you are simply draping over the top of the engine? Looks interesting.