Carpet question? Yes or no? What’s needed?

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  1. markrazz

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    my truck came with-out carpet so I am not sure if I am missing a lot of pieces that may be needed to hold the carpet in place.
    I did herculine the interior but decided to buy a soft top for myself for Xmas so was debating wheaten or not to add some carpet to help keep noise down a bit and a cleaner appearance.

    Any feedback on carpet choices ect also greatly appreciated.....
     
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    Interested in this as well as mine is due for replacement
     
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    Did this thread die? I too am interested in carpet options for my single cab
     
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    I ended up ordering from stockinteriors .com
    Came quick and looks great pretty good prices also

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    No holes but pretty easy to cut small holes with scissors or knife and then cut accordingly
     
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    What about sound deadening and things of the sort? I see on rockauto you can get some similar carpet with "mass backing" (insulation I assume), but did you do any floor lining or anything?
     
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    I preferred not to get the mass backing as standard will dry quicker and lay easier just my opinion
     
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    1999-2003 tahoe suburban Denali ect standard with integrated seat belts fronts and backs those years
     
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    Any of you guys have any issues with that liner? I've heard some say it sounds like driving in a drum. Noise resonance or something like that....
     
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    I didn't use dynamat or any of the name brand stuff. I used the 6" x 25' rolls that my local Home Depot had and did my single cab. Carpet that I found had a good amount of padding underneath, and it made the whole cab pretty quiet once door skins and dash pad went back in. I still get the usual wind noise from the doors and such but I would say its a drum. Huge improvement and well worth the time and effort overall
     
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    I used some crappy brown indoor/outdoor carpet from Lowes in one of my trucks to cut noise, but I didn't run the top or doors on that truck.
     

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