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Finally after a year, a replacement PM, and lots of surfing this site for ideas I started last week some work prior to another road trip. Main goal was to quiet down the roar from the big box. With a little over 18,000 miles on the replacement PM my ears were blown and the better half was shall we say politely after numerous trips encouraging me to get started.

Easy stuff, Ram OEM floor mat from eBay 99.00
Dash Mat from Amazon to reduce the windshield glare 45.00 I think as it sat in my office for 6 months prior to rolling it out.
Bed Rug from E trailer 201.00 no frt
Ceiling paneling and insulation from Lowes $300.00 or so

Definetly a lot quieter going down the road, lots more planned in the future but no timeline as work is busy and its Moto season in the NW
 
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Another Pic

Can't figure out how to post multiple pics, so here's another
 
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thanks for sharing. how did you attach the ceiling?
Small self drilling screws, counter sunk using a 3/8 Forstner bit. Trim to hide the screws is 3M double sided tape
 

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Nice!

What material did you use on the ceiling?
Can you post a photo, where your ceiling, meets the existing headliner?
I'm trying to figure this out?
Plus, yours is the first low top that I have seen, with a finished ceiling.
Thanks, nice work.
 

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Yep, Armrest
 

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What material did you use on the ceiling?
Can you post a photo, where your ceiling, meets the existing headliner?
I'm trying to figure this out?
Plus, yours is the first low top that I have seen, with a finished ceiling.
Thanks, nice work.
Vinyl Trim, Wainscoat and molding from Lowes. I used double sided tape and 3/4"x3/4" trim stuck to the roof, then 1" angle screwed to the 3/4" trim that is now hidden.
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Nice Work

Thanks for the photo of the leading edge.
I will have to give it a try.
Will post a photo of the finished ceiling when I get time to do it.
Work gets in the way, sometimes!
Mike from Banff
 
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