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    Has anyone ever dynomatted their interior? I was thinking of doing the driver and passenger floor, center console, and rear cargo area. Hopefully the ride will be a little quieter and there will be insulation for the hot summer weather and cold winter weather.

    Is the carpet glued down or will it come off easily?

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    I have done my entire enterior with dynamat. You'll love it. The carpet is not glued to the floor, it pops right up

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    The carpet sections on the tranny tunnel ARE glued. And I think the carpet guys at Bowling Green got paid for how much glue they used too, because mine was IN THERE. Ask me what I mean by 'IN THERE' too, because I bled.

    Watch out for the plastic 'sleeve' liners on the forward tunnel sections, because they are sharp.

    I was gonna' toss mine, cause the PO was a smoker, and he was a , but I threw all the sections in the tub with gallon and a half of Tide, since the padding, once exposed, smelled like a new car . It wasn't ripped or anything, or even worn at the feet, so I gave it a try. I thought if I cleaned it good enough it would let that 'new smell' come through. It didn't. Only thing wrong was too much Tide. Still smells like like soap 2 years later, which is not as bad as the other smell...

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    Thanks guys! Is there anything else I should look out for when taking the carpet off? I probably wont touch the glued down carpet, but I will see..

    Thanks Again!

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