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    Red face Red face Campervan Insulation

    Hello!

    This is my first post so I hope I post correctly.

    I am due to start work on my campervan conversion soon and want to ask about campervan insulation. I found this website (https://vanlifeadventure.com/) and they have a section regarding campervan insulation (https://www.vanlifeadventure.com/cam...an-insulation/)

    I am thinking about getting the whole of my back spray foamed.

    Has anyone had this done and if so, how much did it cost?

    Thanks

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by james_smith_vandweller View Post
    I am thinking about getting the whole of my back spray foamed.
    Sounds a bit itchy... Anyway also sounds a bit permanent and a sketch to work with. I would use some of the propriety sound and heat insulation products now available that a cheaper than Dyna Mat which is an awesome products but silly money

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    First posts normally go in introductions else you could get a free fix and we never see you again!!!

    Your car spec says: Transporter T4 2.2 diesel only what year?

    They don't make a 2.2 diesel.
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    Ah thank you for the help.

    Where do I do an introduction and it's a 2.5. the internet is not my strong point

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    Quote Originally Posted by james_smith_vandweller View Post
    Ah thank you for the help.

    Where do I do an introduction and it's a 2.5. the internet is not my strong point
    You have now made an intro and added the year and engine size.

    Thread now moved to the correct section.
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