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Questions for those who put dynomat on there doors?

when you guys put dynomat on the doors did you do the inside of the door skin or just everything behind the door panel itself? was it worth the time, effort and money? I am gonna be installing some new infinity speakers in a week or so and just wondered if i should do this while everything is all apart??? how about doing the back wall?? thanks
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On my 00 which is basically the same door, I did both inside the door and the outside behind the panel. I also went a bit further and made panels to cover all teh holes which are also dynamated. IIRC it was two boxes of dynamat extreme for the front and rear doors. It did make a difference especially in sound quality. I can't say for doing just the back wall, I did that at the same time as the roof and floor.

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I did mine when I was doing the door seal mod and put Hertz speakers in there too.

Frankly, I can't tell any difference, I think Ford has done a good job of sound deadening on this truck.

Then again, I'm partially deaf particularly in the higher registers. I should have taken it out with the DB meter before and after, but didn't.

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Do both parts of the door it will help. The portion right behind the door panel will help contain the sound inside the truck and the inner portion of the door will help too along with rattling. The back wall will help reduce in cab noise as well and be better if you're doing subs.

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