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 on: Today at 10:11:25 pm 
Started by Polish Prince - Last post by ragoodsp
PP...when you get onto the QuietRide site go to AccousticShiled headers, then click on order on line and under Econoline the total kit shows up clearly.  Good luck.  Ron G.

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 on: Today at 11:41:07 am 
Started by chevyboy70 - Last post by ragoodsp
No seat cover solutions but I am sure there are options out there. I do not believe the seat covering material is actually not leather (very few are) and it many senses that is a good thing for repair on the material is very easy if you know what you are doing.   Auto dealers have mobile services that come right to their lots and repair tears, cracking, etc on both artificial leather and real leather.  they match the color perfectly and air brush new color on to the material.   I would go to a car dealer and see when such service is going to be in your area.  Final product is superb.

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 on: Today at 10:07:29 am 
Started by ragoodsp - Last post by Polish Prince
PC does put the insulation on the floor, I agree it probably has to do with messing with the Ford warranty on the chassis.  The floor is completely bare and therefore they don't have to remove anything just add the insulation before they put down the carpet.  I thought the QuietRide website was a bit confusing as they don't specifically reference the E chassis in their menu.  I am still going to talk to my local body shop about insulating the dog house and doors, that sounds like a good idea.

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 on: Today at 09:40:05 am 
Started by chevyboy70 - Last post by chevyboy70
Does  anyone have seat covers on their front seats?  We have cats and need to come up with seat cover.  Also just recently seat leather cracked  after driving  5 hrs in shorts aster beach.  My own skin  caused it ?  Anyone with this experience?  Sounds weird but true

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 on: Today at 08:53:41 am 
Started by Polish Prince - Last post by ragoodsp
Sorry Ron D. the Ford logoed plastic wrap for the floor insulation kit that came from QuietSolutions went out yesterday with the recycling!....you might call QuietSolutions and ask them....I do not think placing on top of your  carpet is the right approach, everything I have read states clearly that for any sound absorbing applications the product has to be stuck down and all curves, etc must be rolled tight and edges need to be taped off to get the most effect. 

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 on: Today at 08:46:59 am 
Started by ragoodsp - Last post by ragoodsp
You must be right Doneworking.  I can see not wanting to change the doghouse engineering but putting 5/8" of insulation on the cold, noise transmitting floor is beyond me especially when there is a Ford part for the application?

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 on: Today at 07:36:29 am 
Started by ragoodsp - Last post by Doneworking
I suspect PC doesn't want to get involved with modification of the "Ford stuff".  The second they take off door panels, pull and change dog houses, etc. they have modified Ford design and may have altered Ford warranty.   When they start changing the heat reflection/absorption design of the Ford I suspect their liability would increase commensurately.

Paul

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 on: Today at 07:19:19 am 
Started by ragoodsp - Last post by ragoodsp
It would be very interesting to know why PC made this decision?  One has to wonder if we are missing something here?  Thanks for asking PP.  Ron G.

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 on: Today at 07:18:31 am 
Started by Polish Prince - Last post by TomHanlon
Weather tech makes a rubber mat for the floor to keep the heat down and the carpet clean. It helps a little with the sound, But not much.

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 on: June 23, 2016, 10:47:43 pm 
Started by Polish Prince - Last post by ron.dittmer
I wonder what the Ford part number is for the insulation-backed full coverage black rubber cab mat, for the box truck cut-away.  If reasonably priced, I'd consider buying a new one and see how it fits right over the PC-installed cab carpet for heat & sound, and no fuss over muddy shoes.

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