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I just used black expanding pond foam from Home Depot.
Sealed it air tight and you can't see it.
Peals off if you need to move parts.
Inexpensive. Idea came from a post here somewhere.
 

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I just used black expanding pond foam from Home Depot.
Sealed it air tight and you can't see it.
Peals off if you need to move parts.
Inexpensive. Idea came from a post here somewhere.
Does it help with heat as well? Im looking to either make or buy a fireblock kit for the front to keep heat and dust to a Min.
 
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The kit helps, without it the gaps are pretty big..but you'll still get heat coming in. I also used expanding foam in addition to the block off. Haven't found any black local..I used the stuff that is made for windows and stays flexible..then just shoot it with paint after its dry.
If you dot want to get the kit I've also used pipe insulation to fill the larger gaps.
 

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Yea, blocks off dust and heat.
Applies from underneath dash and above, remove hood and storage compartment and apply between hood and fire wall, pretty easy really.
I bought 2 cans, but I think I only used one.
Tip, shake well and try a little on cardboard to see how much it expands.
Wear latex gloves pretty hard to get off your skin. Home Depot garden dept pond area.
But absolutely works well.
I assume you have already done the underseat block off, there are a ton of threads here on that. Dust abatement is a hot topic here. There are solutions.
 

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Do you have to remove front plastics to install block of kit
 
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