The rear hatch is fiberglass so I'm not sure if this would help with sound and vibrations but anyways I put some Noico 80mil deadener on the hatch. Then on the panel cover I put down some soundskins deadener. When knocking on the hatch from the outside it does sound more solid whick leads me to believe it well help with road noise and vibration.
Also pulled the last pair of wires to the front passenger door. Boy was it awful. Took a lot longer than the drivers side lol.
I layed some soundskins deadener on the door as well, both inner and outer. The rear doors I will be using dynaliner because I wanted to try it out. Think I only got the 1/8" thickness, prob should've got thicker but whatever. IMG_20200502_161821.jpgIMG_20200502_164528.jpg
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