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Old 02-24-2010, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default B-Quiet Sound Deadening 2007 Silverado Install

I am going to try my best to do a write up and get as many pics as I can while installing B-Quiet brand sound deadening material in my truck.

I have the interior out of my truck now, and will start getting pics, etc.



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I ordered 100 sq ft. It will be here Wed. March 3rd. After doing more reading I am going to order another 100 sq ft. Looks to me like I need about 120, but I want to try and double it up in some key places, and I want to try and do the inner and outer skin of the doors.
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I did the doors, roof, and some of the floor last night. I started with the doors. I did the inner door first. Then the outer. I started to worry I may not have enough to cover everything, so I skimped on the outer. I have not seen many people do the inner door, but I figured it would be better. The doors are easy to do, so if I have left overs I can go back, if not, I can order more and do the doors later. When I go back to the doors, I will cover the entire outer door. Cover the holes, etc.



















































When I go back I will cover the outer door like this. Notice they did not do the inner door.

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Got it all done last night (except for covering doors fully). Put it back together, took it for a short spin. First impression was not good. I guess I was expecting silence. LOL Once I started listening I relaized I heard little road noise, no noise when I hit bumps, etc. All I really hear is the engine noise. I may pull the dash out and do the firewall. A friend came by as I was finishing up the floor (he owns a shop down the road) and said it would not be that much more work to pull the dash, but I was ready to get it back together for the weekend. All in all, it only take an hour to pull the whole interior out, so if I do it, it won't be that bad.
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