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NewShockerGuy wrote:
I did my entire interior with RAAMAT.  Cheaper than other things out there but just as good.  I did my doors first and I can tell you that they close now with a considerable "clunk"  Very solid.  I did the floor, ceiling (what I could around the sunroof), and back panel behind the seats.  I then used their foam on top of the RAAMAT ensolite.  The entire cabin is much quieter and I will add that it also holds heat in better during winter and holds cold in better during summer when AC/blower is on.  It also helps if you close off any open holes.  There is a rather large one in the door panel.  Use a piece of sheet metal and screw it in then cover with sound deadening material and it will be a lot more quiet.

I'm glad I did it to my truck a couple years back.


Sounds like a good project.
I used FatMat, lower priced alternative to Dynamat but still need to do the doors.

2003 EDGE, Std Cab, Steppie, E4 Red, 5sp, 4x
5" SuperLift, 33" x 12.50 x 15"
Hurst Shifter
Mod'd Backrack to fit Steppie
Front and Rear Bumpers by Custom 4x4 Fabrication, OK; now Mike's Welding and Fabrication.
Working on more Mods, just need more time, longer days would work !
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