Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Any Pics of B, C, & D pillar insulation on ESV (with interior trim removed)? in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Looking for pictures of the interior carcass of an ESV to see where and what kind of insulation there is ...
- 07-05-13 02:02 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Any Pics of B, C, & D pillar insulation on ESV (with interior trim removed)?
Looking for pictures of the interior carcass of an ESV to see where and what kind of insulation there is in the B, C, & D pillars. I saw a couple of pics of a member's wrecked Esky (black, interior stripped, inside his garage) and saw some white stuffing in the pillars, and while wondering what it was, it seemed like a good idea to see if there are any other pictures around of the inside carcass of ESV so that a comparison could be made.
Anyone who may have stripped out their interiors to install Dynamat type of material, or other modifications, might have also snapped a few pics that would show what sort of insulation GM outfits the Escalade with versus the Platimum versus a Suburban etc.
I am particularly interested in seeing the pillars, as well as the area above the rear wheel wells.
- 07-05-13 05:35 PM #2Originally Posted by NYS
But mine has little in the d pillars and is same above the rear wheels
- 07-05-13 07:30 PM #3
Re: Any Pics of B, C, & D pillar insulation on ESV (with interior trim removed)?
By "stuff" do you mean jute padding, similar to what is put under carpets? A grayish colored mishmash of cloth fibers?
Or by stuff do you mean spray foam?
I think I'm gonna have to break down and figure out how to post pics of the areas I'm looking at. I've been registered here for a year, but haven't explored the nuances of this site as yet. I'm working on it.
Oh.. and if you have a regular Lade, then I'm still very much interested in the B pillar and C pillar padding, if any.
- 07-05-13 10:07 PM #4Originally Posted by NYS
I have to check my second row seat belts soon(they lock up when not needed)I will see if there is any behind them(I would say the b pillars are the same)
I would upload to a picture hosting site and post the links(can be done easier)
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