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Old 27-08-2009
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I 'spose it would insulate from sound & heat as well. Might be a good replacement for carpet and underlay.
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what pack size did you use to do your rear tub?
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top job with the brush.
i did the back of my ute using same product different name. cant rember exactly what it was called though!
i got it from a certian CHEAP auto shop that may be SUPER, any way i used a schultz gun and air compressor took about 15 mins once masked to do complete tub and tail gate it looks a treat. what rino quoted was about 1600 bucks more than i did it for and their quote was 1750(reckon they must have a lot of smoko breaks). it does bend quiet well but if gouged will chip off but very easy to touch up!
not sure how it would handle heat due to the rubber content
if you cant fix it with a big hammer you have electrical dramas!
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