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Dynamat on Rhino Liner?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by shepdog, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. shepdog

    shepdog Registered Member

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    Anybody know if Dynamat will stick to a Rhino Lined interior or any other kind of bed liner?
     
  2. BKinzey

    BKinzey 1/2 ton status

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    It should, have you checked thier web site? I'd probably add some type of automotive sealant to it to be sure. Like a small bead around the edge and an X or Z, #, +, in the center. Possibly a silicone based goo?
     
  3. TheSunDanceKid

    TheSunDanceKid Registered Member

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    well ill tell you this dynomate all it is is a suppresnt not really worth it but any who go down to your local home depo or something like that and get some gorilla glue that **** is god like i have the carpet in my truck held down with that shiot but if you do use this lol watch out it expands like up to 5times its size when it drys or you could for get the dynomate and use what they use in SPL compatitions cement! they just seal the doors remove the door pannel and weld 1/4steel plating on there and fill the inside with cement
     

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