The Stupid Interior Questions Thread

Discussion in 'OEM and Custom Interiors' started by Mike, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. Mike

    Mike Administrator Deluxe

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    Post here if you have a simple question. This will help keep track of common info and reduce clutter.
     
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    Flooring: I have removed all the carpet and everything in order to do my body drop. Now that the floor is all welded up, I need to replace the carpet and such. What exactly goes down first? I remember there was some insulation, and like a pad. I would like to use some sort of dynamat to block road noise also.

    Can I just put carpet over dynamat? or should there be some kind of pad in between?
     
  3. Mike

    Mike Administrator Deluxe

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    I put carpet right over my matt no problems. The seat mounting etc will keep it in place.

    There are several companies that make the same thing as dynamat but charge less. I have used http://www.b-quiet.com/index.html with success.
     
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    cool thanks
     
  5. 6chevy9

    6chevy9 I'm Awesome

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    anyone know where i can get some nice carpet pre formed for my floor in some random colors...like black?
     
  6. Marcos

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    Also raammat works good too.

    Summit racing, rockauto
     
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    Marcos I'm Awesome

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    Stupid question but I have a set of these seats and the console to install on my truck, they should just bolt right in right? I have a 94 with the 60/40 Seat.

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  8. Sierra

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    I swapped those same style captains chairs in into my my 95 truck that had a 60/40. If the 40 side is on the passenger side then the passenger captains chair will bolt right in. The driver side will bolt in except for the front right bolt hole. You will have to drill a new hole for that mounting spot. As for the center console, you will probably have to drill holes to mount the rear bracket and the front holes as well. I'm not sure on the center console b/c I wasn't going to use the console anyway. I don't have that cab anymore either. I just recently scrap yarded it.
     
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    you left the scrapyard in the console when you scrapped it.
     
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    What? I scrapped the cab. I threw away the center console several years ago. I probably should have kept it b/c it was in good shape but I moved several times and didn't need the extra crap to move.
     

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