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Hood and Trunk Insulation Pads

Squatch Pads

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Price: $250
Location: Henderson Nevada

11/8 - New product alert.  Now offering E30 Hood pads.  By popular demand, I am happy to announce that I am producing hood pads for E30’s.  
Squatch pads is a small (me) business that provides the best product available with a solid reputation in the community.  I stand by my products and over the last 14 years have had many happy customers.  
1600/2002 1967 thru 1976
1.  Hood Pads - $150
2.  Trunk Pads - $120
3.  Hood and Trunk Set - $250 combined discount
1. Hood Pads - $145
1. Hood Pads $150
Shipping via UPS and will be quoted per order.  For exact shipping quote please provide shipping location.


Squatch Pad Detail:
3/8” Technical insulating foam material black in color.   

I worked with a manufacture that was able to supply material based on my specifications.  It has low-density, exhibiting firm support, low attenuation and good durability as well as weather resistant, heat resistant, flame resistant, chemical and oil resistant. 

The material is excellent at vibration dampening, and sound absorption while presenting pleasing aesthetic appearance.  


The pads are custom made, and unlike anything available in the marketplace.   They cover the entire inside skin of the underhood and undertrunk sections.  The look is unique and unlike the stock open cell foam squares, creates a more custom appearance. And, they won’t disintegrate after a few years creating a mess.


Application is via spray adhesive. Product recommendation 3M 80 spray adhesive. 



Please find the below instructions for installation.  

Installation:  (3M 80 spray adhesive has worked well and suggested by 3M)

**Please note, be careful opening box with box cutter or knife.  

1.  Dry fit each pad for placement.  Smooth side to skin of metal.  Be careful when slipping A and C under the torsion bar as it could snag at the edge of the bar bolts.
2.  If you choose, tape off areas you do not want overspray from spray adhesive.
3.  If you have helper, it’s better, but you can do it yourself. 
4.  Using the torsion bar, fold the top half of the pad down and spray the metal and pad.  Let it set up and attach.  The material is stretchy and no car is exactly the same.  Mold into creases of hood where you are happy.  
5.  Repeat step 4 for the bottom half.  
6.  Manipulate any material edges into the creases of metal.  
Pretty straight forward and same as the hood process.
The trunk is almost are repeat of the hoods, except much easier.
1. Tape off any unwanted areas of adhesive overspray
2.  Locate and try fit the pads to the letters
3.  Spray trunk lid and pad
4.  Let stand
5. Install



To Order Please send inquiry to Anthonywerre@gmail.com


For direct buy it now of hood pads. 


3 eights Technical insulating material. They are low-density exhibiting firm support low attenuation and good durability as...



See pictures from various installs for examples.  


Anthony Werre

Squatch Pads

Henderson Nevada





















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Will you do the trunk ones again as well? I would like that set as well.

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Chamonix 2002tii 2782507 July 23rd, 1974

Granada 2002 1664158 November 28th, 1968

Malaga 2002 4223965  March 11th, 1974

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@Squatch Pads

how about insulation pads for the NKS? I’ll be interested in 2 sets! Let me know if templates are needed!!! Maybe see if anybody else is interested over in the nk section! 




1968 BMW 2002 (Bristol/Granada)

1969 BMW 2000 NK (Florida)

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