This entire hollow Rocker frame-rail is filled from tire to tire.
In the front wheel-wells are these huge, gallon-sized crush-zones. They will get filled as well.
Rear frame rails under the car being filled.
lateral frame rail right under the seats
fore and aft frame rails, these are as big as 2x6 boards. Completely filled.
These are frame cavities behind the seats. Looking under the car. you can see they got filled as well.
The other side, same cavity, has the brake lines. Oh well. I am not concerned about it.
If your floor does not look like this, you are doing something wrong.
It should be dripping down from the under-side frame rails.
This large cavity behind each rear wheel is being filled from the inside.
Tape helps, but it almost climbed over and got the carpet.
The long, side frame rail has some holes which allowed some to come into the front foot-well cabin.
The wall behind the seats. you can see the two cavities in the lower part of the wall have been filled. They are as deep and tall as a 2x10" board.
before removing the B-pillar interior covers and the headliner.
The stuff has a mind of it's own.
This one crawled around and nearly got into the hole for the door switch. The switch is in a different compartment and will not get foam.
The huge frame rail above the rear wheel well gets it.
Being careful not to get the antenna. although the drain tube is now permanent ;-)
Looking down into the cavity behind the Driver's rear wheel. This is where the large tank and pump for the window washer goes. Cannot fill too much in here. MIght remove the factory fluff and install butyl layer and some Luxury Liner Pro.
Looking in from the back, this is the cross-bar between the two shock towers.
Below it, lifting up this patch, I see the large Frame rail under the car has filled up.
On top of the same under-the car frame rail, I drilled a hole. It also shows that rail filled up.
The rocker rail, which goes from the rear tire well to the front tire well. The front well has this hole, which shows the rail has filled completely.
The front fender well crush-zone in front of the foot wells, is full now.
Behind the driver's seat, the rear 1/4 window frame is completely filled. The frame runs along the rear wheel well, so it's helping to isolate the wheel well better.
Coming up form the B-Pillar/ Rear 1/4 window area is the rear of the roof. This structural piece can barely fit any stick-on solutions, so I filled it as well.
The upper side rail over the window. This will extend down the sides of the windsheild, to the dash, and across the top, where the windshield is, once I throw down a good tarp.
A-pillars filled (was careful not to send a ton down into the front side rails and all over my relays and such). Front support rail for windshield also filled. I opted NOT to do the center spar. It has electronics I can imagine needing to access. I might stuff it with cellulose.
I could NOT help myself and went for the larger cavities in the rear hatch, even though it literally weighs about 80 lbs already. I can't put LLP on it, I "might" put some Raammat on it. The interior parts fit pretty close.