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Sound deadening

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by jdp1962, Oct 4, 2005.

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    I'm thinking of buying some of this Clicky and fitting to the boot floor, side panels & wheel arches in my A4 Q, to cut the road noise.

    Has anyone done a job like this before? Being a sausage-fingered retard on matters like this, I'm looking for some tips on how much material I'd need, how to do it properly & how effective it's likely to be.

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    you get stuff called Flash Band and it does the same job at a quarter of the price, see ur local builders merchant
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    you get stuff called Flash Band and it does the same job at a quarter of the price, see ur local builders merchant

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    Flashband is a minimum of three inches thick!
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    Marley roof adhesive, i have used it many times
    is same thickness or thinner than the so called pro sound deadening, great results with two layers
    is supposed to be an underlay for roof felt i think
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