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Sound Deadening?

Hey everyone! New to the board, but have been in and out getting great information from you all.

I also posted this in the interior section.

I have a question about installing sound deadening material. I went with the eDead 45 peel and stick type material and have a general idea of what to do.

My truck has the factory deadening pad on the firewall area under the dash. What should be done with this when I get around to deadening the firewall? Leave it in place and put the new material on top of it, or do what I can to take the old material out? It would make more sense to take it out, put the eDead on the metal, then reinstall the pad. That pad looks like a big pain in the *** to take out.

What have you all done?



2000 F250 Super Cab 2wd
7.3 6-speed Mostly Stock
Flowmaster 17365 Turbo Back
Super Chips 1705
K&N cold air tube w/ 6637 filter
Zoodad Mod
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