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I'm planning to pull up my factory floor today (Ive got a nice long prybar - wish me luck!) and place a 1/4" closed cell foam underlayment as thermal break. I'm over 6'3" tall so I didn't want to use anything very thick. Seems like there have been very different experiences in removing the floors. Some have found it very challenging and others not such a big deal. I wonder if the adhesive used in the factory was different over the different years of manufacture...?
I have two questions:
Once the floor is reused, do the tie down fasteners do a sufficient job in holding the floor down or is something else required? With dual slider doors, I'll be needing to fasten my cabinets to the floors in the area behind the driver's seat.
Does anyone put Noico /Dynamat sound/vibration deadening material directly to the floor of the van? I'm thinking about placing some Noico butyl strips in the lower channels of the floor.
"There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” ~Jack Kerouac
2017 Ram Promaster 1500 136" high roof, dual sliders