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SwiftCelGTS Jun 8, 6:38am - #194571 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Lexington, Kentucky
got a problem with my car...

installed all this fatmat in my trunk... basically rolled it on everywhere including down in the spare tire well. the entire thing is completely covered. i put two layers on the trunk latch and the sides. that stuff is really thin but now my panels won't line back up. i tried for over an hour and cut the dynamat up several times and i can't get all my pieces back in.

my thinking is its not really neccesary to have that much of it in there, and not at all in certain areas. i still have a lot of this stuff left. do i need it everywhere? should i just peel up the old stuff and take off one panel at a time, place the fatmat behind it, and then snap it in. my trunk is in pieces and it is not going back together.
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SwiftCelGTS Jun 8, 6:40am - #194572 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Lexington, Kentucky
i guess what i'm asking is will one evenly cut strip in all of the problem areas work as well? that way i could get it all back in and it would be applied evenly throughout.
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