Sorry Mike , I was asking about Vinyl Wheel Well Covers & rear seat top hinge mounting location.
I think the part number is PF 100 but I'm not certain. They're listed as foil backed sound deadener sheets. It might be a Canadian only brand. Not sure about that. I've also used Hush Mat and a couple others. They all seem to work about the same, although I can guarantee the Dynamat people would argue they are the best. The principle behind the insulation sheets is to impede sound by applying a vibration dampening butyl substance to the metal. It is not necessary to cover every square inch in order to make a huge difference, but most people (including me) use more than really needed. I saw a demonstration using several pieces of equal sized squares of sheetmetal that were hanging on hooks. There was no insulation on one, and progressively larger pieces of it on the others. By tapping each one with a little hammer, you could clearly hear the difference the amount of insulation made. But after about 50% of the surface was covered, there wasn't much change at all.Mr. You Know Who, I did a quick look up of Pro Form and only found a spray-on product perhaps like Lizard Skin...didn't find a sheet product. Can you provide a little more info please, or is it Canadian only,eh?
Weight is always an issue with roof insulation, and this is one area I do NOT recommend using any sort of butyl product. In the intense summer heat, it can soften to the point where it simply drops off, and that's bad news all around. Dynamat makes a product called Dynaliner, a peel and stick foam sheet which is dense and quite thick. I've had customers supply it for their cars, and it sticks well and does indeed cut down the noise, but it's expensive. On both Snobad and my panel truck, I glued closed cell landau foam (which will not absorb moisture) to the entire roof, followed by a layer of underfelt. Bow clearance was an issue with the Nomad, so I used 1/8" foam and cut sections of felt to fit between the bows. It's done a great job of toning down the noise, but as for heat insulation probably not much. You might want to use the felt padding that has foil backing to help reflect some of the heat. DaveOk. I am officially overwhelmed with info here. What would you guys recommend as the product to use on a Nomad roof for heat insulation?
I used this on my jeep hardtop then covered it with the jeep insulation kit ( stick on carpet). Works great and easy to mold...thin too..A few guys local to me suggested this product. We get it off Amazon . Easy to work with .
Recently, on very hot humid days I stick it in shop fridge so it’s not too sticky.
Thanks guys for replies .
BTW , I have been thinking 🤔 View attachment 320935 about a semi name change around here.