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    Default deadener on doors worth it?

    i have a 69 camaro and i just finished laying dynamat on the back seat area, tubs, partition, and entire floor, i have just been wondering if it is worth it to do the doors? i do not have any speakers in them and if i should do them, which areas should i cover?



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    I think it makes a big difference. I did it on my 69
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    I think it makes a big difference. I did it on my 69
    did you do it on the inside of the outer skin or just the outside of the inner part?

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    Default deadener on doors worth it?

    Inside of the outer skin is flatter which makes the "tin" sound, it's most needed there. Dynamat type deadener is what I'm talking about.
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    Default deadener on doors worth it?

    Same. Works really well. Gives that door shutting "thud".
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    If the Dynamat is installed on the inside of the door (outside panel, but inside the shell) wouldn't it tend to hold moisture?
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    Sorry for the late answer I did it on the door skin.
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    Thanks guys looks like that's where I'll put it then

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    I put Dynamat on the inside of the inner door panel since I too was concerned about moisture. It helped a lot.

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    Mainly the ccd matting like dynomat is for taking away vibration resonance from speakers or perhaps downpipes.
    And you only really need 25% coverage.
    To Combat heat takes a different matting
    Same with air Bourne noises...MLV and ccf om wheelwells help with that

    Def good to get moisture out like mentioned
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