This stuff was OK to work with. I liked the fast shipping and good value compared to other companies carrying the same thing.
Showing 13 reviews for Dynamat DynaLiner 11102
February 13, 2013
I used it as a headliner in the hardtop of my 2002 Jeep Wrangler to keep the desert heat off of my head.
NOTE: YOU WILL NEED TWO (2) ROLLS TO DO THE COMPLETE CEILING.
Place upside down on a carpet or other soft surface.
Clean interior ceiling with Lacquer thinner to remove dirt/oil.
Lay liner in before removing backing and cut to size (run it left to right).
Remove backing and install (I did the complete ceiling only).
Remove your shoes and walk on the liner in sock feet to set it into every grove (make sure you walk on every square inch of the liner).
Reinstall hardtop on your Jeep.
Stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Your air conditioner can keep up with the heat now! It's been installed for six months with not seperation or sagging.
54 of 101 found this helpful
San Diego, CA
November 9, 2009
Product looks good and installs easily. I installed it as a hood liner and under wheel wells and body in spots in an attempt to reduce road noise. It did not help in this regard . I would have thought it would help at least a little. Would not recommend this product for noise insulation. Maybe I need Dynamat too
63 of 123 found this helpful
December 31, 2009
I am currently slowly restoring my 1964 Impala SS, and used Dynamat Dynaliner to aid in my acoustic process. As a professional automotive painter and restoration expert, I would recommend this easy to install product to anyone.
51 of 100 found this helpful
September 3, 2013
Had read in a number of car magazines about the virtues of this product.
Purchased the product for a 1965 S-Type Jaguar. Product was easy to install and looks great. Would strongly recommend this product for this type of sound proofing
58 of 116 found this helpful
August 12, 2010
I really like this product. Extremely lightweight and does it's job. So far from comparison to dynamat, it's lightweight and does exactly the same for soundproofing. I have it installed to my trunk lid. Tested before and after. Big difference.
50 of 100 found this helpful
San Jose, CA
December 15, 2011
I bought this to use for an overhead application. The factory glue doesnt stick at all. On top of it the factory glue reacts poorly to spay on glue. The whole project was a dissaster. If your looking to put this in on a floor with gravity's help then you may be OK.
51 of 103 found this helpful