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    Default Replacing sound dampening inside head cover?

    I am ready to put my head cover back on but the sound dampening material inside the cover is in a disgusting state: It is crumbling and soaked with oil.

    Can I strip this off and replace it with something???

    Does anyone have some product pointers?

    Does Haas sell this stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbeyroad1124 View Post
    I am ready to put my head cover back on but the sound dampening material inside the cover is in a disgusting state: It is crumbling and soaked with oil.

    Can I strip this off and replace it with something???

    Does anyone have some product pointers?

    Does Haas sell this stuff?
    McMaster-Carr

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    I used fancy adhesive sheets from the car audio store.
    Worked fantastic. Probably overkill.
    As above McMaster is probably your best bet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stirling View Post
    I used fancy adhesive sheets from the car audio store.
    Worked fantastic. Probably overkill.
    As above McMaster is probably your best bet
    i like that idea

    do you have a web link to a product?

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    i ordered from secondskinaudio.com

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    No, I actually went into a store for it, haha.
    No name brand on the spare sheets in my tool box.
    Been a while, but they where called something along the line of “mass loaded sound dammping sheets.” They are surprising heavy for there size. Around 3/16 thick 12”24” sheets.
    Clean surface warm sheet and apply. When they are warm they are extremely sticky!

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    Default Marine engine compartment sound absorbers

    Another option is to make use of sound absorbers designed for use in marine engine compartments. For example, I have used the 1 in. Soundown foam panel insulation described in the following link very successfully.
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    The spray adhesive acts just like a contact cement.

    Jon


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