I've started thinking about sound deadening my Jeep. It looks as if I'll be keeping it (instead of selling it and getting the Jetta...if you even remember that), so I'm definitely going to be putting my system back in it.
There are tons of creaks and rattles, so I've been wanting to snuff them out somehow, anyways. I figure if I put some sound deadening in there it would definitely help with those, make it quieter (and help keep the music in the Jeep, too!), and *maybe* even help with 'insulation', so to speak.
What I have in mind is taking out all the carpet (and keeping it in my room until I'm done with the project?), molding, door panels, seats, etc. except the driver's seat (so I can still driving since I don't plan on finishing this in one afternoon). Then layning down dynamat, I guess, all over the floor, the sides, the doors....everywhere...except the ceiling.
What's that sound like? Would it make a noticeable improvement? Would it make a massive improvement? How much would it cost? Would it be worth it? What kind of material should I use? Is dynamat good? Is there better for less? Is there a different type of material that'd work better?
What I'm most worried about is the dynamat adding so much thickness that the carpet and molding and such won't go back in place very easily.
What are y'all's thoughts?