Re: Sound deadner and heat insulation
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Re: Sound deadner and heat insulation



http://www.lobucrod.com/ is one vendor selling this as an automotive product. It has links to installation examples.

Thanks,
Gary H. 

>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Ollie  
>  Steve,
>  This is what I use. Its actually metal building insulation,  drape over the
>  frame and screw on the tin. Its made in MO. Called Low  E.
>  I have seen it for sale on the internet, marketed for  vehicles. ...

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