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Old 06-07-2016, 10:00 PM   #1
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thor challenger noisy driver area

Have new challenger 37tb, tile floor and plain fiberglass dog house. How can I quite the road and engine noise?
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Old 06-08-2016, 04:46 AM   #2
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Sound proof the dog house and the floor area in the front of the coach. Last owner did it on my coach so I don't have the particulars concerning material or how to install. The coach is a little loader than my daily driver but not by much.

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I just did my Damon 2 weeks ago. I did not have a chance to finish it yet before a trip, but I did manage to get the dog house and the immediate floor area done first. I used a combination of Dynamat hood liner and Dynamat extreme. It made a huge difference in not only the noise, but the heat coming through the floor area. Once I finish the whole project it should be a very large improvement over the factory work. There was a nicely installed layer of aluminum foil over the dog house, but nothing else for the noise or heat at all. My intent is to also do the generator area, even though it is actually pretty quiet and largely unnoticeable currently.
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