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Old 09-09-2015, 05:59 AM   #11
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I have the auto level on my current 5'er and am spoiled for life. The full body paint is a matter of preference. I have it and love it but it is not a must have.


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Old 09-09-2015, 09:18 AM   #12
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Do you wash and wax your every day vehicles? Do the same with the coach. I have a friend that details cars and sometimes does boats. When he is done looks like new. His tips to me, good product and take your time. If you keep after it, it should hold up well. Mine has so far.
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Do you wash and wax your every day vehicles? Do the same with the coach. I have a friend that details cars and sometimes does boats. When he is done looks like new. His tips to me, good product and take your time. If you keep after it, it should hold up well. Mine has so far.
Are you referring to full body paint or the standard gel coat with vinyl decals?
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Up North. Answering to you from line #10 above. Mine is jell coat and that is what I do. Wash and wax everything. If you don't, then you get a dull finish. If the decals hold up ok, if not then Ill do something with them.
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