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So I had my front doors deadened a few weeks ago.. and finally got around to doin' the back doors of my d-cab today.. wow.. what a difference. waaaaaay less road noise and better sound squality for my stereo. is doin' the entire floor of the cab really worth it? and what about the roof.. heard of people doin' that one too.. but yeah.. is it worth all the trouble?
 

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Its worth it. I did my entire truck cab,the doors, roof(two layers),the floor(two layers in the rear), the rear cab panel(two layers). It took a while but there os almost all the road noise. I used the extreme dynamat . I am also putting in a solid rear window.:thumbup:
 

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bowen1 said:
Its worth it. I did my entire truck cab,the doors, roof(two layers),the floor(two layers in the rear), the rear cab panel(two layers). It took a while but there os almost all the road noise. I used the extreme dynamat . I am also putting in a solid rear window.:thumbup:
how many square feet do you need to do the whole truck?
 
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