Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Andover MA
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I think the sound level is hard to quantify though I have done it in stages and can always notice improvement. Someone more studious would have measured sound with their smartphone. I may take a finished reading at some point.
I gained a good deal by doing the cabin. It is where you sit so that may make it more noticeable, dunno. The biggest gains in the cabin are the passenger step box - this area is very tinny and has no tiles. Under the passenger seat is just a wide flat panel - this quieted down a lot.
The drivers side presents less to gain. The step box is smaller and more solid, the floor has a decent tile from Ford. On this side the biggest gain is the area under the seat/ battery box. Again a big wide flat metal surface.
Now I see you did discuss the inner floor area. The second photo looks like a large piece of MLV. Is that what you used? Did you slide it under the matt or use on top? Any problems by adding thickness under the seat pedestal?
I've been solving some of my problems with wood.
Did you ever implement the puddle lights? Nearly did a cartwheel on the ice getting out of driver side last night. What did you do or have in mind? My old Explorer Sport has excellent puddle lights off the mirrors (I think).
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