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Dynamat 11102

Dynamat 1- 32"x 54" x 1/4" (813mm x 1372mm x 6.35mm) Dynaliner Sheet Total Coverage: 12 ft² (1.11 m²)

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Dynamat 1- 32"x 54" x 1/4" (813mm x 1372mm x 6.35mm) Dynaliner Sheet Total Coverage: 12 ft² (1.11 m²) $57.99
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1- 32"x 54" x 1/4" (813mm x 1372mm x 6.35mm) Dynaliner Sheet
Total Coverage: 12 ft² (1.11 m²)

Specifications:

Installation
Self-adhesive
Number of Sheets
1
Overall Length (in.)
54
Quantity
Sold individually
Sound Deadener Type
Sheet
Thickness (in.)
0.250
Width (in.)
32
Manufacturer's Part Number:
11102
Shipping Weight:
2.42
Package Height:
5.8
Package Depth:
34.2
Package Width:
4.9

Dynaliner is the perfect ultra light weight insulator to use on top of Dynamat. This durable crush and tear resistant material has the highest heat blocking properties available in a single layer synthetic foam-type material.

Dynaliner isn't affected by oil and does not absorb water. Dynaliner provides acoustic isolation and excellent thermal insulation for roof, firewall, floor, quarter panels, doors and even as a hoodliner. Made in U.S.A.

11102 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dynaliner Installed this on the inside of the fire wall on my 1952 Chevrolet truck, keeps out the heat really well, helps with noise also
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best Excellent product, great quality you can't go wrong, does the job
Date published: 2016-01-03
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Can you use Dynamat inside the “doghouse” to insulate against heat transfer to the interior?

Asked by: Amateur
Yes, it will work well inside of the engine cover.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2018-07-01

Can you directly put it to the metal or do you have to put down Dynamat first?

Asked by: Dynamicdan
This can be attached to metal directly if desired.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2018-03-01
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