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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Hood Liner Replacement?

Is there something better than the factory? I threw a belt a while back an now everything gets pretty dirty with all the loose insulation getting everywhere (black part was ripped). I don't want to remove it, but I would replace it with a reflective type if there is one available.

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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

Mine is gone due to a broken fuel filter cap and being soaked in diesel. Haven't noticed the differance with it gone.




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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

Dynamat makes a hood liner that is reflective.
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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

Mine has been gone for years.

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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

You guys don't have issues with it cooking the paint? It does quiet down the engine noise too.... This is my daily driver/tow truck.

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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

I took mine off a while ago for the same reasons mentioned above.
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I haven't had problems with it being gone.


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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

Mines been gone for a year or so and I have noticed no difference. Mine was covered in coolant so I pulled it
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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

the oil sponge has been gone on my obs for a few years now thanks to a blown hpop line dynamat does have a hoodliner and i am planning on using it real soon the truck is defiantly noisier without the liner. i am going to put one layer of dynamat under my dynamat hood liner also.

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Re: Hood Liner Replacement?

i still have mine and my dad dont... You cant tell a difference at all.

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