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Old 04-02-2016, 06:28 PM   #1
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Any helpful tips for a new guy?

im almost completly redooing my 99 class c rv,,so far iv completed the bunk using 5 quarter board, 1'' foam board r-5 and foiled .250 insulation board. im abiut to attack the walls, and have already ordered a new tpo roof kit for it,,is there any suggestions as how to best damper road noise since i plan on an elobrate sterio system and want to have the best quality out of what im dooing while driving,iv herd of stuff called lizzard skin? any thaughts on that product,, looking into coark board for the floor,and using heave speaker carpet for the celing,,id love to hear all your thaughts on my project

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Old 04-04-2016, 08:34 PM   #2
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If engine noise is an issue I've read on here where there are some types of heavy blankets use over the engine....maybe lead? That's all I can add.
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