Dodge Ram 2500 Quad Cab 4 door Pickup 2002-2009 Build Log

Front Doors

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Rear Doors

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Floor

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Back Seat Platform

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Roof

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The first photo shows the stock vibration damper. It's some sort of asphalt impregnated cardboard. Most of the time I find these resting on the headliner. It's not a great for performance or durability. It's very easy to peel off. The second photo shows CLD Tiles™ applied. We added a layer of 3M Thinsulate Acoustic but I don't have any pictures of that. We now use 3/4" Hydrophobic Melamine foam as our absorber.

Back Wall

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