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  • Millzners
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    I was using 2x tractor supply stall mats to make up for a smaller than standard outer diameter (OD) plates. I then got standard OD plates and switched to just 1x stall mat. No difference in sound. Less rebound with 1x though, which was welcome. I wouldn’t recommend doubling the mats.

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  • Dave_E
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    The plates simply clanging together also account for much of the racket, so pushing them firmly together and holding them there with a decent collar when you load the bar can also help.
    My garage is located down the far end of the house near the kids bedrooms.
    So I also get around this issue by blasting music loud enough to drown out the sound of the plates hitting the floor.

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  • FrankYi
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    Thanks for the reply!

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  • ropable
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    I have enough loose mats to run this experiment for you (I doubled them up while deadlifting). Have to say that I didn't notice any difference in noise between single and double layers.

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  • FrankYi
    started a topic Questions about building a deadlift platform

    Questions about building a deadlift platform

    So, I'm planning on building Alan Thrall's platform from this vid (https://youtu.be/IxWXXJDjEIk) and I was wondering: would the platform be any quieter if I doubled up on the stall mats in building this? I'm planning on building a garage gym and trying to minimize noise as much as possible. Anybody try this out, and have any tips about building this?

    Thanks all
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