Dynamat

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  1. ledzep73

    ledzep73 New Member

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    I was wondering if it was possible to take dynamat off one car, and put it onto another? A minivan totaled my town car, but there is a bunch of dynamat on the drunk and driver side doors to cover over half of my pretty little station wagon. I hate this new car, and I really don't want to buy dynamat for it if I don't have to. If I knew my stereo would be going into this car, I wouldn't have bought the fucking thing. Well thats a lie, but I hate my new car, and want to use my old dynamat if I can, instead of puttting money into this POS.
     
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    bearsdidit OT Supporter

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    dynamat will not go on very well on the second application, the sticky stuff does loose its grip. you can buy dynamat or a substitute for pretty cheap online...
     
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    It will cost at least 100 bucks to get the hatch, floor, and doors. When I got my town car it already had dynamat on the hood, firewall, all the doors, floor, trunk, and hood. Very very little road noise in that car, I loved it. Now if I go over 45 MPH I want to shoot myself. I was spoiled.
     
  4. Ronin

    Ronin Guest

    heres a tip:

    dont get dynamat, its over priced.
     
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    ledzep73 New Member

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    What else is there? I didn't pay for the Dynamat on my old car.
     
  6. Ronin

    Ronin Guest

    second skin
    edead
    b-quiet
     

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