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Old 12-13-2005, 10:09 PM   #93
mvorchard
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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Santiago, Chile
Vehicle:
2007 Forester XT
Metallic Grey

Question

Quote:
Originally Posted by raamaudio
Sealing up the rear parcel shelf as totally as possible is the number one priority.
After that, sealing up the doors, on the inner metal panels, from the hollow of the doors.

Then the tire wells in the rear and next the fronts.

Next is the kick panels.
If not concerned with audio you could do all that with alot less than a roll of mat but I would use a few yards of ensolite, weight gain could be kept in the 15-20 lb range doing it that way.
The difference in road noise would be substantial if done properly,

Rick
Please, please, please....... help me understanding this part fully. My car is a wagon, and now that I'm in the middle of the actual deadening, I'm very lost on how to actually get to the rear wells.


Thanks!!!

MO
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