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Looks great. I'm thinking of putting something like that in a few areas of my cab(where I can get it to stick anyway). Anything to kill the drone/cut the noise.

Man, I'm SOOOO jealous of these nice, clean, rustfree cabs!!!!!

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Larry

1959 B61 Liv'n Large......................

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Looks great. I'm thinking of putting something like that in a few areas of my cab(where I can get it to stick anyway). Anything to kill the drone/cut the noise.

Man, I'm SOOOO jealous of these nice, clean, rustfree cabs!!!!!

You can use roof or window flashing from home dopy,same stuff for a fraction of the price,used it on my RD years back and it took all the vibration noise out of the metal..
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Thanks for all the replys. here are the answers to your questions. The wiring harnesses complete kit came from vintage wiring of Main,great to deal with.included complete install manual everything marked and complete wiring diagram .hoping to have it all wired soon.maybe another day. the dyna mat is for sound and vibrating and heat blocking. i will post more pics as it progresses .Thanks

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Thanks for all the replys. here are the answers to your questions. The wiring harnesses complete kit came from vintage wiring of Main,great to deal with.included complete install manual everything marked and complete wiring diagram .hoping to have it all wired soon.maybe another day. the dyna mat is for sound and vibrating and heat blocking. i will post more pics as it progresses .Thanks

do you have any more pics of the whole truck?
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