Re: Sound Deadening Material?
I work in a high-end stereo shop and we use Stinger sound matting. When you get Dynamat, your just paying for the name. Any thing with aluminum backing will work just as good. I would stay away from the spray-on being used all over the truck. It is just for corners and seams. Put down about 5-8 layers (not kidding) of a sound mat, then spray the seems and coners and hard to get to areas with the spray. I put 12 layers in my Bronco, but I compete with the system in it. I dont think you would need that much.
'85 Bronco 5.8L 4-V XLT: 266K still strong. Winter Truck now.
'86 Pontiac Fiero GT: 4.9L Caddy NorthStar Engine, 11.6 QM @ 107.1 MPH, Poly Susp, KONI's all around, 2 1/2" drop.