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Old 05-08-2019, 08:34 AM
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Join Date: Jul 25, 2016
Location: Benson. NC
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the shop who is taking the 76 j10 apart

just called to say I need firewall insulation.

in all other restoration,....

I have used dynamats "dynaliner" foam on floor

after applying the heavy foil/tar NOICO stuff on metal floor first

for vibration dampening.

will this be fine,

or do I need something else for further up firewall ?

( I think what I have used is far better than OEM firewall material, of shredded material and black cardboard )

any advise ?

dave in NC
SOLSAKS - dave
1976 J-10 HONCHO Fleetside
1982 J-10 Fleetside
1988 grand wagoneer
2004 RUBICON jeep
Benson, NC
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