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    underseat seal kit

    Has anyone installed one? Does it work? Is it worth $99?
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    This product is not worth the money and in my opinion was a poor attempt at stopping the heat. The foam parts that are in the kit I ended up cutting them up to what I considered a better way of utilizing the parts. I had a roll of Dynamat Dynaliner,1/4 inch thick that I used to finish out the project. I would look for the Dynaliner on ebay and purchase it and cut my own parts. It did cut down on the heat coming from around the seat base.
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    Been there done that. No, no, no. Over priced and does little to help the issue. I would go with the Dyna Mat suggestion
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    A swimming noodle works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobb
    A swimming noodle works great.
    Ditto. That and the Dynamat works wonders.
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    Doesn't it bother you that seal kits for dust and heat for under the seat under the dash is an option and not something that should be part of the unit?



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    Quote Originally Posted by bobb
    A swimming noodle works great.
    Ditto. That and the Dynamat works wonders.
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    Yes, it does bother me! On my next purchase I am going to look a lot closer at the competition out there. Deere comes to mind if they make a couple of changes in future models.
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    Man that noodle works great. The cheapest thing I have put on my ranger that works good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3tt5
    Man that noodle works great. The cheapest thing I have put on my ranger that works good.
    Ditto. I like the simple fixes. The best thing is that it's easily removed in the winter when you want that extra heat.
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    Yes I agree, the noodle is the best fix for heat and dust.. it's even the right length, just pop it in and go.
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