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    Sound deadening . . . .

    . . . . bloody expensive isn't it!
    Anyone know where I can get some at a reasonable price? Or do I use a pot of Evo-Stick and some underlay meant for laminate flooring like I did last time?

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    I see somewhere on the inter twit. about using stick on lead flashing, the bloke doing it said its as good as the real stuff.so I tried it. he was talking out of his butt hole

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    Horses for courses . I use faux lead flashing ,it's absolutely no different to dead sheet as sold by paint factors. However it's purpose is to stop drumming and reverberation. You still need an insulation cover and possibly heat reflection depending what the issue is and where.

    Flashband turned my 46 Chevy from being unable to even think clearly to being able to hold a conversation at 60 with a DI rattling 6 inches away.

    Look round B&Q for what they have to offer in insulation.

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    i have used lead flashing. worked well. i have also used cheap proper stuff off ebay, which also worked well. i have never tried dynamat to compare though.
    "turn right to go left"

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    Used the self adhesive flash band in my J type Bedford diesel , worked a treat , totally different drive afterwards

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    Look up Silent oat on ebay, similar to Dynomat but at a much lower price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chevy2 View Post
    Look up Silent oat on ebay, similar to Dynomat but at a much lower price.
    did 'spell checker' do that or you mate?
    silent oat doesn't show you any dynamat type stuff
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_f...t+oat&_sacat=0
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    did 'spell checker' do that or you mate?
    silent oat doesn't show you any dynamat type stuff
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_f...t+oat&_sacat=0
    its silent coat, just been looking myself , looks quite good?

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    I used Dodo, worked really well and easily mouldable

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    This is as cheap as I can find the DEI products, still not cheap though.

    https://www.agriemach.com/c7-heat-and-sound-insulation

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