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Since the suspension upgrade, I've noticed more of a rattle from my glove compartment. It has less to do with engineering and more to do with the contents of the box rattling with road vibration. I could remove the contents of the glove, but that defeats the purpose of having this storage space.

Has anyone come up with a functional and aesthetically tasteful way to insulate the glove compartment against vibration? I was thinking maybe dynamat or some kind of rubberized foam. Ideas?
 

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Could just line the bottom with cheap cloth from a craft store. It would look shitty but who looks in there anyways? Are you sure it's the contents rattling against the glove box or the contents rubbing against themselves?

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Ever think of putting gloves in your glove box, sandwich whatever rattles between the gloves.
 

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Haha, I do keep my lifting gloves in there. However, all of the essential items I like to have in the car are a bit heavy and rattle. When I'm at HD on Monday I'll take a look around and see what they have in the way of adhesive backed foam.
 
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