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Old 03-13-2018, 10:00 PM   #21
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How did you guys get the sound deadener in to the doors? My 29 roadster doors have pretty small holes to try and put that stuff through, and then trying to take the liner off so that it can stick. any good suggestions, short of cutting the door open and then welding it shut again?
I have used dynamat where the access is limited by cutting it in small pieces and placing them one at a time. The size and shape will depend on the access.
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Old 03-14-2018, 05:59 PM   #22
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I used the foil faced (2 sides) with plastic bubble stuff that is sold by Menards with the 3M #90 adhesive they sell, worked good to quiet the car up and provides insulation. Made a big difference summer and winter for me.
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Old 03-15-2018, 07:52 AM   #23
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Just another product, I used this one my Sport Coupe and it worked well, self adhesive like the Dynamat and other products.

https://www.b-quiet.com/products/b-q...ltimate-50sqft
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:35 PM   #24
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How did you guys get the sound deadener in to the doors? My 29 roadster doors have pretty small holes to try and put that stuff through, and then trying to take the liner off so that it can stick. any good suggestions, short of cutting the door open and then welding it shut again?
I cannot imagine getting anything but spray into a roadster door. Eastwood markets a good spray sound deadener (Flexible Sealer & Sound Deadener 16 oz Aerosol) that would work good in a roadster or Phaeton door. I wonder though how much value sound deadener would be in a open car. I have a '29 Phaeton and the wind noise covers any body rattles.

My '31 S/W Town Sedan had spray deadener in the doors. I added additional Eastwood spray product to it. I also installed one layer of 1/4" thick double foil faced insulation. I rolled it up, worked it through the largest opening and then unrolled it within the door.
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Old 03-20-2018, 01:34 PM   #25
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Quiet Ride - I bought one of their kick panel kits
Dynamat - Got some of that from Snyder's
Road Kill - My son sells this in his shop. He just did the whole cab of his Ranger pickup.
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