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    Quote Originally Posted by Dysan911 View Post
    I just better make sure I never get inside a truck like JJ's with the noise reduction because then I'll HAVE to have it.
    haha, it's worth every penny and I'd do it all over again in a second on my next truck.


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    def reviving an old thread, but has anyone pulled the headliner out of a CM w/ a moonroof?? i want to put an over head monitor in but unsure of how it works with the slide piece

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    Very nice. sound deadening my 01 is on my list of things to do.
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    This is something I'm interested in doing.
    A few questions:
    Where did you purchase?
    Cost?
    How much material is supplied? (sq ft)

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRzxter View Post
    This is something I'm interested in doing.
    A few questions:
    Where did you purchase?
    Cost?
    How much material is supplied? (sq ft)

    Thanks.
    I bought everything for the roof from Second Skin. I used Damplifier Pro and then topped it with Heat Wave Pro to kill the noise and help keep the heat out. The sound difference is dramatically better. Even when it pours, you cant hear a drop hitting the roof, you just hear it on the windshield.

    I think I bought 36 sqft bulk pack. That will be plenty for the roof.


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    Thanks for the great write up. In replacing my interior bulbs w LEDs, I accidentally dislodged the map light switch. Your write up was helpful in removing the overhead console so I could find it and replace it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumbo Jet View Post
    I bought everything for the roof from Second Skin. I used Damplifier Pro and then topped it with Heat Wave Pro to kill the noise and help keep the heat out. The sound difference is dramatically better. Even when it pours, you cant hear a drop hitting the roof, you just hear it on the windshield.

    I think I bought 36 sqft bulk pack. That will be plenty for the roof.
    Excellent write up. Now you have me thinking about it for my black CrewMax. Talk about a large roof and some serious heat on a summer day! Luckily my truck is garaged whenever I'm not using it. So did you stick the Damplifier Pro to the inside of the roof, then apply Heat Wave Pro to it? If that's the correct order, what did you use to stick it to the Damplifier Pro? Some type of spray-on adhesive? Sorry if I missed that part. Thx!

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    Yes, that's the order I did it. Damp Pro first, then I used 3M Super 77 spray adhesive to hold the Heat Wave up.


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    For those who want a cheaper way of doing it is the "Frost King" stuff. It's about $19.00 a roll at Lowe's
    Foil and Fiberglass Duct Wrap:

    Combines the properties of two popular insulating materials in one handy roll. It can be used on both heating and air-conditioning ducts, as well as on car and truck hoods and trunks.

    Product Number UPC Description Color
    FV516 077578023335 1 ft x 1/8" x 15 ft

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    Definitely cheaper. But at 2 1/2" thick, I'm not sure it would be ideal for under the headliner.
    Even if you could compress it enough, what a mess.
    I hate fiberglass.

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    Default Re: DIY: Headliner removal

    Quote Originally Posted by RRzxter View Post
    Definitely cheaper. But at 2 1/2" thick, I'm not sure it would be ideal for under the headliner.
    Even if you could compress it enough, what a mess.

    I hate fiberglass.
    No, it's only 1/8" thick and compresses easily. I did a writeup on tundratalk about it, recently in the audio section. It's a closed cell foam withfoil backing and adhesive on the other side with a R3 insulation factor.

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    Default Re: DIY: Headliner removal

    Quote Originally Posted by orthotist View Post
    No, it's only 1/8" thick and compresses easily. I did a writeup on tundratalk about it, recently in the audio section. It's a closed cell foam withfoil backing and adhesive on the other side with a R3 insulation factor.
    I just finished all four doors with this stuff and I am starting the roof because of this thread, so thanks for the input.

    Again this stuff is awesome, for the price!

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