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Re: New SA syncro

Postby irishkeet » 16 Aug 2017, 05:40

Bigjcc55 wrote:Ta much!

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This was the only job I managed to get done today, it looks and will perform much better than the old foam mess.



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looking great, whet product have you used for the lid's insulation?
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Re: New SA syncro

Postby Bigjcc55 » 16 Aug 2017, 12:33

http://www.superquilt-insulation.com/Su ... lation.php

I used this in our loft conversion at home, cracking stuff but expensive!
I insulated my old panel van with it, the difference was night and day you couldn't hear the radio or have a conversation with out shouting over the diesel racket.
Then it was almost like a modern quiet car, except far cooler!


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New SA syncro

Postby Bigjcc55 » 16 Aug 2017, 13:04

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Re: New SA syncro

Postby scaltura » 16 Aug 2017, 16:50

Awesome stuff, remember get foil tape to seal cut edges :ok
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Re: New SA syncro

Postby Bigjcc55 » 16 Aug 2017, 17:23

scaltura wrote:Awesome stuff, remember get foil tape to seal cut edges :ok


If I was doing a proper job of this thread I would have shown the panels made and the edges done with the foil tape


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Re: New SA syncro

Postby scaltura » 16 Aug 2017, 17:29

I'd say you've done more than a proper job, van is quite the thing :ok

I was pointing out the tape to Keith :idea
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Re: New SA syncro

Postby irishkeet » 16 Aug 2017, 19:18

:ok
Bigjcc55 wrote:http://www.superquilt-insulation.com/Superquilt-19-layer-multifoil-Insulation.php
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Re: New SA syncro

Postby crazyhorse » 17 Aug 2017, 12:49

Bigjcc55 wrote:http://www.superquilt-insulation.com/Superquilt-19-layer-multifoil-Insulation.php


Quick question, did you do all the van with this?? floors and panels??

Will 1 roll do and which thickness do you go for?? Sorry for all the questions. This stuff does look the biz
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Re: New SA syncro

Postby Bigjcc55 » 17 Aug 2017, 21:52

I've done behind all the side panels and inside the slider and tailgate. It's a bit thick for under the floor as I used the 19 layer stuff.
I'm sure I had a roll and a half left and it has done my camper the syncro and my old panel van which had it full length behind the roof lining sheet as well as all the panels and doors, one roll will be more than enough for one van


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Re: New SA syncro

Postby crazyhorse » 18 Aug 2017, 11:59

Bigjcc55 wrote:I've done behind all the side panels and inside the slider and tailgate. It's a bit thick for under the floor as I used the 19 layer stuff.
I'm sure I had a roll and a half left and it has done my camper the syncro and my old panel van which had it full length behind the roof lining sheet as well as all the panels and doors, one roll will be more than enough for one van


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