I also think in rebuilding the walls we will be going with a foam board insulation instead of fiberglass. I've read that's better when traveling to different climates. So if anyone has any suggestions feel free. Sarah Beth
About your comment on fiberglass insulation....Phoenix uses block foam insulation in the walls, floor, and ceiling including back in 2006, so you're already set with the best.
Quote from: Ron Dittmer on April 23, 2019, 08:07:58 amAbout your comment on fiberglass insulation....Phoenix uses block foam insulation in the walls, floor, and ceiling including back in 2006, so you're already set with the best. See the pics above, Ron. They used fiberglass between the transition pieces and the wallboard.
Speaking of fiberglass insulation in the transitions and the cap...Was thinking about requesting that PC put some dynamat in those areas before the insulation goes in thinking those areas might add to noise in the cab.I asked Barry about this and he kind of dismissed the idea as unnecessary and said the fiberglass did a good job on noise.Would you guys agree?I also asked about adding dynamat to the inside of the door skins and got the same answer. I have gotten excellent results using dynamat in passenger cars for sound deadening.Made my Camry ride like an Avalon! Have a feeling if they won't do the doors at the factory that I will be doing it myself.Might be worth considering while your transitions are open.