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This is a discussion on Sound Proofing my RSpec within the Wolverine General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; It comes in squares too, I bought about 30 cases of it 5 years ago on Black Friday...I use it for everything now, standing on ...

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    It comes in squares too, I bought about 30 cases of it 5 years ago on Black Friday...I use it for everything now, standing on in garage, kneeling and laying on under the trucks for oil changes, in the garden pulling weeds, etc. It is definitely water proof, and doesn't seem to saturate much at all if left in water for extended times. You can buy it at sears, harbor freight, probably any home stores like depot or lowes.Usually in like 24' x24' squares. I have seen someone else do the same thing on their wolvy...now was it here or JBS?
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    The stuff I bought came in a roll probably 4' x 6'. I theough out the packaging. But yeah...same material as the square pieces that interlock. This roll was around 1/4" thick and said water resistant and noise reduction on label .I found it in the paint section at Home Depot. I like the roll as you can simply use scissors the cut any size you need. The section behind the seats between the roll cage and box has a rubber liner. I rolled up that liner and padded the whole section with one piece..then rolled the rubber back down.

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    I used dynamat on my rhino.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp5 View Post
    The stuff I bought came in a roll probably 4' x 6'. I theough out the packaging. But yeah...same material as the square pieces that interlock. This roll was around 1/4" thick and said water resistant and noise reduction on label .I found it in the paint section at Home Depot. I like the roll as you can simply use scissors the cut any size you need. The section behind the seats between the roll cage and box has a rubber liner. I rolled up that liner and padded the whole section with one piece..then rolled the rubber back down.
    You have a picture of that rubber liner? I don't see any rubber liner on mine behind the seats. Just 2 little rubber grommets that go around the rollbars.

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    You know what...? I just realized that the rubber curtain came with my new Defender cab.
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    Well, that rubber curtain would help with sound too. Bonus!

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    can you take a pic of the back of the cab i wold like to see got the glass mounts

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    Not a great pic, but maybe I can take a better one tomorrow
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    Summit racing advertises sound deadning mats for like 25 bucks! Not sure how big.

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    How did the dynamat hold up to moisture flach
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