Insulating Cab

Third From Texas

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Under the cab will be SOP. And the interior doors, roof, back and sides will be pretty simple.

But I'm too spoiled hosing sand out of the entire cab with the garden hose and bare floors are simple to hose out.

I suppose removable floormat sections under the feet would work, but between wind and dog the entire cab gets coated with sand.

Any of the usual Lizard/Dyna/Kil/Noico/mat stuff that doesn't play well with water and should be avoided?

I know what they say about the products but I'm more interested in hearing first-hand experiences.
 

Mullaney

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Under the cab will be SOP. And the interior doors, roof, back and sides will be pretty simple.

But I'm too spoiled hosing sand out of the entire cab with the garden hose and bare floors are simple to hose out.

I suppose removable floormat sections under the feet would work, but between wind and dog the entire cab gets coated with sand.

Any of the usual Lizard/Dyna/Kil/Noico/mat stuff that doesn't play well with water and should be avoided?

I know what they say about the products but I'm more interested in hearing first-hand experiences.
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I have seen a lot of these trucks with the stick-on foil insulation under the truck. Would imagine that spending a couple of bucks for some bulkhead fittings at the drain hole in the floorboard would be required. Just to keep the rinse water from sagging the insulation down onto the motor. No first hand info to offer though. Just the Tube videos by the habitat builders...
 
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