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Username Post: Firewall Cover        (Topic#364096)
hugo406 
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Posts: 25

Reg: 11-15-11
01-23-21 06:16 AM - Post#2812709    

If someone has used quietride solutions interior firewall cover I would like to hear your comments regarding this product before I decide on a firewall cover. It is not cheap,but if it works as they say it will be worth the money. Maybe someone has even a better idea.



 


51chevcoupe 
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51chevcoupe
Age: 59
Loc: Washington state
Reg: 08-14-09
01-23-21 08:33 AM - Post#2812728    
    In response to hugo406

Never heard of them before but I'll be following this thread for more information, hopefully someone here has some experience with them.

Ed
1941 Master Deluxe 2 door sedan- 283/TH350
1950 Fleetline 2 Door project
1950 Styleline 4 Door sedan
1951 Ford Deluxe 4 door sedan- 302/AOD



Still confused after all these years!


 
alltak 
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alltak
Loc: dallas texas
Reg: 10-04-04
01-23-21 08:04 PM - Post#2812789    
    In response to 51chevcoupe

I purchased 80-315835-1 QuietRide Insulation from Ecklers. It is made with plastic but seems to be of good quality. I have not permanently installed it yet, but have test fit, and cutout the steering column part. I think I will be happy with it. It was $225.00

If you have any questions or want a pic, let me know

Thanks
Terry






 
hugo406 
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Posts: 25

Reg: 11-15-11
01-24-21 04:53 AM - Post#2812799    
    In response to alltak

Thanks for your comments. How do you plan to attach the cover to the firewall? As per there instructions or another method.



 
alltak 
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alltak
Loc: dallas texas
Reg: 10-04-04
01-24-21 08:25 PM - Post#2812862    
    In response to hugo406

I still have most of my original firewall clips, so I plan on using those. The firewall has "indents" in the plastic where they go. You can also use bolts.



 


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