Bill Bailey wrote:
> Was wondering if anyone on the list had any experience with this foil
> backed insulation that you see for sale at all the swap meets. It's the
> stuff that looks like bubble pack sandwiched between two sheets of foil. I
> was considering getting some to aid in keeping my cab warm or cool
> depending on the season of the year. I was also hoping it had some decent
> acoustical properties that would cut down on the road noise some. Am I
> hoping for too much?
> Thanks in advance
> Bill Bailey
> 57 Chevy 3100
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
This stuff works quite well. I'm using it everywhere in my cab...floor,
firewall, roof, behind and under the seats, etc. I'm putting a double
laye on the floor and firewall for extra sound dampening.
A little tip though...you can buy it quite a bit cheaper at any home
repair place, like Eagle or Home Depot. It's used as pipe wrap.
1948 Chevy "1314"