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Old 05-20-2013, 02:41 PM   #1
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Georgetown Paint Number?

Hi folks,
I have a 2004 Georgetown 325SE and I'd like to do some paint touch up. I'm trying to get a paint number and not having a lot of success in getting any support from Forest River.
Inside the cupboard door is a sticker that along with some additional info says "EXT PNT: RC-48". Of course I thought I was in good shape with this info but my paint shop says the number does not cross reference to anything.
Any advice would be appreciated!
(PS: the colour is a metallic gold)
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:22 PM   #2
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I'll keep watch on this thread, because I have some scrapes on stowbin doors on my '02 after a disagreement with a rock wall at Harris State Park, on the Oregon Coast. A really nice CG, but designed when 25' was a big rig and slide-outs hadn't been developed.
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:37 PM   #3
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Inside the cupboard door is a sticker that along with some additional info says "EXT PNT: RC-48". Of course I thought I was in good shape with this info but my paint shop says the number does not cross reference to anything
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I tried forever to get FR to give me numbers on paint, but to no avail. My sticker that you are referring to showed who did the paint job. That is where I finally got my answer, from the shop that did the painting. If your sticker gives you this info, you may be able to contact them for the paint mix information.
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:27 PM   #4
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My salesman said he'd get me some touch up paint to take with us when we pick up our 280DS next week.
I'm getting the feeling that he may or may not be successful in being able to provide us with some.


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Old 05-23-2013, 07:30 PM   #5
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My salesman said he'd get me some touch up paint to take with us when we pick up our 280DS next week.
I'm getting the feeling that he may or may not be successful in being able to provide us with some.
Forest River Georgetowns come with touchup paint. At least my 2012 did
My 3 colors and clear coat.
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:48 PM   #6
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Hi folks,
I have a 2004 Georgetown 325SE and I'd like to do some paint touch up. I'm trying to get a paint number and not having a lot of success in getting any support from Forest River.
Inside the cupboard door is a sticker that along with some additional info says "EXT PNT: RC-48". Of course I thought I was in good shape with this info but my paint shop says the number does not cross reference to anything.
Any advice would be appreciated!
(PS: the colour is a metallic gold)
I took my '12 Georgetown in for a minor rear cap repair, glass and paint. It is the same gold you speak to . My paint chart says that is a Georgetown color, no numbers. Also have a wine and black ID'd as car paint. Anyway I believe the shop used an electronic paint detector. Never the less, one cannot tell the 2 sq. ft. of touch up areas. This shop is a large commercial outfit, including a huge tractor trailer size paint oven. Probably 30 repair bays etc. Point is maybe a large truck/bus body repair can help you ID the paint.
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