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Old 10-31-2016, 07:02 AM   #1
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Engine Bay Insulation

I have to replace the insulation in the engine bay of the 93 dp, Winnebago Vectra.

Google and other sourcing hasn't provided me with something I'm comfortable with using yet.

Anyone have a line on a good product?

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Lowe's and Ebay have many firewall products. I like the cotton fiber with aluminum foil. $20, 20x72"? did my engine bay.

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Try on here, scroll through the products.
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cant go wrong with dynamat - $$$
There is some less expensive stuff I used for the sides of builtin dishwashers (lower end ones are just plastic side panels that transfer lots of noise). But its a little heavy. Loews has it.
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