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#11 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 12:53 PM
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In order to do the roof, you pretty much have to take everything out to pull the headliner without damaging it. So you mind as well wait until you can do it all. especially the rear door and the quarters, those are hollow cans that resonate horribly
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Let's see the system when you're done.

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Oh if that is the case then I will wait. I had no idea it was that tough. thanks.

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In order to do the roof, you pretty much have to take everything out to pull the headliner without damaging it. So you mind as well wait until you can do it all. especially the rear door and the quarters, those are hollow cans that resonate horribly

Hollow cans, Kewl.........perfect fit for my tin ears, lol.

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My system install was posted up back in january. I will have to see if I can find the thread.......
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Re: sound deadener install

When I had my car done they did everything except the rear door -- I'd love to know how to do that if someone could walk me through it.
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When I had my car done they did everything except the rear door -- I'd love to know how to do that if someone could walk me through it.
Take the rear panel off, and put up sound deadener Thats how you do it!!!

But when you take the rear panel off, there is a clear plastic "wrap" around all the components. Not sure if you want to reuse that...probably protects all the electrical from dampness. I am sure you can rip that off and then deaden it and then use another kind of plastic, or be careful taking off the original, it rips and warps pretty easily..

Am I thinking about the same rear door?

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you're wak, bro!

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the doors, but I forgot to get pics of the suicide doors, but I did them basically the same as the rear door, damp-pro and insulation. when you tap the outside of the doors now they "thud" not a hollow sounding "boing"......

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thats it, 196 sq. ft. damplifier pro. 36 sq. ft. of over kill pro. 8- 6" dynaxorb squares behind all the highs. 1 gallon of spectrum, and 2 cans of spray foam, and about a half a roll of R-13 insulation. The only thing I wish I would have done was stuffed the rear quarters with insulation, they still sound a little hollow when you tap un the outside in some places. I may go back and do this soon. of course, the backseat top and bottom has to come out, the rear cargo mat has to come out and all four rear plastic panels. about 3 hrs labor total to do it all from start to finish.

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Re: sound deadener install

Thanks for the right up. I think I am going to be using this as my guide when I tackle mine. How did you like the Spectrum? Did you apply it with a paint brush? How many coats did you use? How thick did you go? Thanks and sorry for all the questions, I think I am going to try to do mine soon.

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