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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Dynamat installed above windshield on high roof to deaden noise from hitting every bugs.

    That is an awesome idea. every time one takes a rock up there I jump out of my seat.

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    Jean Desjardins
    Jan 16 2015 05:05 PM

    I'm going to do this as soon as its warm out and I already have a roll of generic Dynamat waiting, but why are there gaps between the pieces stuck up there? Any specific reason, or were you limited with the size of the pieces you had or something else?

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    I just used what I had on hand and spaced it out a bit. I think it mainly dampens the sheet metal so it doesn't reverberate like a drum if something hits it. You can see where the factory applied various zigzag cut pieces along the back walls for similar reasons to dampen vibrations.
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    Oct 10 2015 09:40 PM

    I hit a bat while coming back from getting my NV3500 high roof. That was so loud I couldn't believe it. I'm installing fatmat everywhere. The main reason/way it works is to add weight to the panels. This deadens the sound. However, most companies that install it for you put it in with spaced strips. I'm of course going overboard myself and installing almost full coverage. I'm down to just this part Carmen has done. The part right over the front. This looks really good. I'm going to upgrade my speakers while I'm at it after looking at these pictures.

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