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So what's everybody using on the back side of the interior plastics to cut down on heat and sound in the cab? Right now I just turn the radio up but that doesn't help the heat.

I've been thinking of that dynamat stuff. I know guys use it in cars and trucks, but I'm not sure how well it will work with keeping the heat out.


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I've also been thinkin about using dyna-mat but I dont know if I should take of the foam and ditch it or just mat around it.
 

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Is it significantly quieter? The heat is non issue to me, actually enjoy any heat I can get most times of the year but I would like to cut down the noise. My other question is would the dynamite last or fall off when it gets wet like the foam does?
 

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It helped some on making it quieter but not as much as I was hoping. I don't think it will fall off cause once you stick it on and push down on it it sticks really good.
 

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Let us know how it does.

I think I remember someone saying that a good bit of the noise comes from the shift tree hole. They said they put some foam in there and it helped a lot. Can't find that post anywhere though... Any one tried that?


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Let us know how it does.

I think I remember someone saying that a good bit of the noise comes from the shift tree hole. They said they put some foam in there and it helped a lot. Can't find that post anywhere though... Any one tried that?



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I think I'm going to take the stock foam piece cut a slot in it and move to cover the shifter

I wonder what is everyone using to glue this insulation on that holds and lasts?
 

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Does anyone remember seeing that post? I can't remember who did it or whether it was in here or the maverick addiction. But they did take a piece of foam and cut notches for the shift tree. I would like to know how it's holding up.




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Quiter solution was the the tread and play doe had the write up on how he did a shifter piece of foam tube I just read it the other day and am going to try it next time I have mine apart.
 

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Thanks Hollywood. It's holding up just fine. I'm using heavy duty two sided tape for this mod. My friend owns a tape company and cuts me some custom wide
 
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