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Old 09-24-2019, 07:48 PM #16
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Is it worth the effort to do the roof in your opinion?
if you have the headliner down then yes, if not then don't pull down the headliner just to sound deaden.

I have a noisy rack so it did cut down wind noise for sure.

I also did the top of the moon roof sliding cover and that also helped. with the cover open you can really hear the wind noise.

I should also add I re-did the headliner and paved over with spray adhesive and the foam backed head liner material. I'm sure this also helped the roof rack wind noise.

when I think back all the things I have done to this poor truck.
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Agreed, pulling the headliner is not easy and the large clips will break or worse, the headliner itself can crease and tear. I don't recommend pulling it unless you have to such as for a sunroof repair.
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+1 to the above guys...

Do not pull the headliner to sound deaden the roof, unless you're refinishing or replacing the headliner.

It is delicate. It will crease permanently if you sneeze at it the wrong way.
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I also did the entire truck including the doors. huge pain. I also did a lot of the internal plastic. rear door inside plastic cover made a big difference.

mine was 100% dynamat

if you still have some left and want a nice little bump, do the cup holders. it's amazing how much more solid dynamat can make thin plastic feel like it's 2x thicker.

agree you can't get rid of the wind noise because the windows are single pane. I also did the roof because I had the headliner down as well. it did help a bit.

I guess the reward is shutting the door with that solid feeling. in the end I'm glad I did it but not sure I would do it again.
Good idea on the cup holders. I am all about that solid feeling. I may consider doing the roof at some point especially if I ever add a roof rack of some kind
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did mine as well. minus the roof. what a pain, however I am happy with the result. again it feels more solid. it was more worth it for me because I got to really clean the carpet and seats really well. all the panels in the back were coated with dust. Vehicle feels and smells.. newer haha 285 k I'll take what I can get
I was surprised how much dust was behind all the panels and doors even at 120kmi
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Appreciate all the heads up on headliner. Glad I just happened to make the right choice on that...

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if you have the headliner down then yes, if not then don't pull down the headliner just to sound deaden.

I have a noisy rack so it did cut down wind noise for sure.

I also did the top of the moon roof sliding cover and that also helped. with the cover open you can really hear the wind noise.

I should also add I re-did the headliner and paved over with spray adhesive and the foam backed head liner material. I'm sure this also helped the roof rack wind noise.

when I think back all the things I have done to this poor truck.
What do you mean by "paved over"?
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so I did a test run on a headliner where I pulled the old felt off. then I did a different headliner by leaving the existing felt on. aka paved over the existing felt.

leaving the existing felt on the headliner works much better.
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Good idea on the cup holders. I am all about that solid feeling. I may consider doing the roof at some point especially if I ever add a roof rack of some kind
it's crazy how much of a difference just little stuff like this makes in the feeling of the plastic.

I stuck some of that recycled cotton insulation into the void.

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it's crazy how much of a difference just little stuff like this makes in the feeling of the plastic.

I stuck some of that recycled cotton insulation into the void.

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This is a cool idea. I ran into issues reassembling my cup holder/center console. The bottom surface of the cup holders sat too closet to the carpet underneath that any added material, either under the carpet or on the cup holder caused it not to fit. I actually had to go back and cut out some of the MLV I put there so I could get it back together.
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