|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.8 x 12 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||10435|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10435|
|OEM Part Number||10435|
|ABPA Partslink Number||10435|
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Dynamat 10435 12" x 36" x 0.067" Thick Self-Adhesive Sound Deadener with Xtreme Door Kit
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RESULTS: After the install there was a quick difference that could be heard. First thing you noticed is that when the doors are closed they sound more like a luxury car door closing. No more hollow sound, they sounded more solid. The sound in the cab is reduced and this is noticeable when no radio is on. Road noise has been reduced and it is a much nicer environment. As for the music...much nicer listening and clearer due to no competing noises from the road. Everyone who enters the vehicle likes it and knows there is a difference.
NOTES: I installed this on the inner door and the outer door. Some sites and installers will tell you this is unnecessary but if you are in the door why not. The thin sheet metal is all that is between you and the road. This pack covered two doors in the front. I bought two boxes to cover all four doors. It took one afternoon to install and it was complete. This is not a hard project at all. If you can get the door panels on and off you can install this product.
PRICE: I checked all over the internet and found that Amazon had the best price for this. From my experience this is likely to continue. Free shipping just solidified the deal.Read more ›
It does have one drawback, and that's the fact that once you stick it on something, you will not be able to get it off without making a big mess. It is essentially tar with a foil outer cover, and trying to get it off just leaves a bunch of sticky tar behind. So, choose the place you want it carefully before sticking it down!
Here are some tips to install Dynamat on the doors...
-Make a template by taping wrapping paper to the door and trim it to fit the area you want to cover with Dynamat. Use this template to precut the Dynamat sheets before applying to door. Flip the templates over and use it to cut the sheets for the other door (since they are mirror images).
- Cut slits and holes in Dynamat to pass the door wires/cables/brackets before applying Dynamat. Apply the Dynamat section on one end and slowly work to the other end, peeling off the paper backing a little bit at a time. Dynamat is super sticky and won't come off once applied.
- Seal any holes with small cut pieces of Dynamat. You want to make the door as airtight as possible.
I actually have used the Dynamat for other applications as well. I lined the inside of my Sony Blu-ray player which greatly reduced the transport noise I was hearing from it.Read more ›
There is a big difference...no rattles when I am listening to my music. Now you could hear tighter bass and clear highs. Of course, now the doors have that nice heavy feel to them, and close with a nice "thump".
The road noise did decrease, but not as much as I wanted. I guess if I used multiple layers and covered every inch of metal, it would probably make a bigger difference.
I was more concerned with rattles that ruined my music listening experience, and dynamat performed great in that department.
Overall: I highly recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great stuff. Heavy so be careful of what your using it on and remember that by adding it you are adding weight. Read morePublished 15 days ago by DK
Used two packages on four wheel wells of a 2011 VW SportWagen. First removed plastic wheel well liners, then applied directly to painted metal. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hugo L. Martinez
Big difference on my 2003 sonata you guys would be able to notice the difference if you do it rightPublished 3 months ago by Oscar m
Really really helpful...made my type r components sound like i had an 8inch sub.... Took me an hour for both doors first time installPublished 5 months ago by daniel marquez oliden