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Grabber Lime Restoration Update - AC Unit
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Mike your pictures are close up and detailed which is what i needed for my A/C install. Thanks for taking the time to take detailed pictures. When you install the rest of A/C under the hood can you take the pictures step by step from the first bracket install.

Steve
1971 Grandé
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(04-07-2019, 09:13 PM)Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: You could spray adhesive to black plastic and hide the foil. I am not into showing a car never will. I just put there to kill some of the noise and help with engine heat.
I went yesterday and got couple pieces of the under carpet pad they have in upholstery shop to change the eaten up insulation in the rear on the side panels.
The cowl insulation in my Mach 1 was all put to use by the mice for hotels, lol. I ran the ozone generator for hours in the car. I have no smell so I ask Clay when he was here if he could smell anything. He said it smelled like fresh laundry to him, lol. Mouse pee everywhere. Ozone generator will eliminate any odor.
The material I used was the cheap stuff off ebay from China. Hey I am 71 how long does it need to last, lol.

I like your idea of the stick-on kind. I am not going to show my car either, just drive it.  I think I'll go down the path you did.

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(04-08-2019, 09:09 AM)Pegleg Wrote:
(04-07-2019, 05:35 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote:
(04-06-2019, 06:00 PM)MikeGriese Wrote: Looks like you are not installing the sound deadener/insulation blanket above the plenum?

I need to put that back in and down the sides too.  I am not sure if the make the original with the black plastic on the bottom of it and the insulation on the back side, but mine was an absolute mess taking it out. 

I see David has some that it backed in silver, what is that and where did you get that?

Mike you could use black shrink wrap around some jute. As long as you go around the jute more than once the shrink wrap will cling to previous layer you wrapped around jute. 
Heres a link to shrink wrap   https://www.ebay.com/itm/18-x-1500-80-Ga...ctupt=true
Now that is a good idea.  Maybe even use spray adhesive to make it stick also.

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(04-08-2019, 02:51 PM)Pegleg Wrote: Mike your pictures are close up and detailed which is what i needed for my A/C install. Thanks for taking the time to take detailed pictures. When you install the rest of A/C under the hood can you take the pictures step by step from the first bracket install.

I certainly will as I go forward.

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