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Old 04-21-2018, 05:00 AM   #11
Sprinter Steve
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Default Re: Wall Insulation Gap Question

Make sure to use "window / door" foam spray.
When I did insulation (pretty much as above) I shot steady but thin beads. Pain in the rear, had to go back several times, but I saw how much (or little) foam filled each void. I also used the spray foam in the frames supporting the roof; using the same tedious technique.
How tedious you ask? It took three days, 2-3 hours per day, just to completely insulate my Crew Sprinter's cargo wall . . . one side. Yep, basically a week just to detail the insulation of the walls of the cargo area. Note: I'm retired, so have plenty of time.
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