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Ballistic SDHP-DK Door Kit 6 Pieces 12" x 24" Material (305MM x 609MM)

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Ballistic SDHP-DK Door Kit 6 Pieces 12" x 24" Material 

Made of a unique butyl rubber composite with an aluminum constraining layer for vibration damping. Ballistic Hollow Point is developed to deliver incredible performance at entry level price point. The light weight construction allows the material to stick great and work in a variety of applications.


  • 12 sq. ft. Hollow Point Series Sound Deadening Door Kit for 2 Doors (6 Pieces 12" x 24")
  • Black butyl based material with jet black aluminum constraining layer
  • Nominally thicker than the competition (2 mm)
  • More mass per square foot than other brands
  • Wide temperature range from -65˚F to +300˚F (-54˚C to 149˚C)
  • Strong Perma-Stick adhesive peel strength
  • Chemically resistant to water and mineral oils


  • Enough sound dampening material to cover two average car doors
  • Door kit contains 4 pieces
  • Package covers 12 square feet
  • Can also be used for trunks, trunk lids, interior panels, floorboards, etc

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