<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Ken & Arlean:
I have read several posts where people have used insulated carpet to decrease noise through the floor in driver and passenger area (versus using Dynamat Hood Liner underneath chassis).
I can't seem to find "insulated" carpet. Does anyone know what I can use and where I can get it? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Just put the sound insulation sheets underneath the carpet. They do have sound insulation designed for this purpose. The most basic is just a tar paper like product which is what you will find under the carpets of many cars and it will be held down with what is basically an asphalt roof cement.
Here is a quote from the FAQ on Dynamats WEB Site.
"My floor board gets hot during long drives. Is there anything I can do?
A: Heat coming from a hot exhaust or headers is a common problem. Fortunately, Dynamic Control has a solution. First apply Dynamat Xtreme to the floor and firewall, then install Extremeliner, both underneath the floor's carpet. This process is outlined in Dynamat Floor Applications."
Check out the INFO Sheet on Dynamats WEB Site:
Check out the FAQ on Dynamats WEB Site: