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Old 06-17-2013, 03:46 PM   #31
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Just thought I'd show the paint pictures. The door had to be replaced due to a gap large enough to see light through. This is a brand new MH. Door install went good, paint, less than desirable. This was done at one of FR's chosen paint shops in Elkhart. A before picture might help, but I don't have a good one. That lighter tan stripe is all but correct. Second picture if you look close you'll see the nice tape line. Our previous coach needed the door replaced also, but traded before doing so. I'm too much of a perfectionist to deal with anything like this again, so this is the end of our painted RV expedition.
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Old 06-17-2013, 03:57 PM   #32
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I see ... it really doesn't look bad and if you didn't know - I don't think you would even see the difference. But, you do ... and that is what matters. I'm sorry - I know it is very disappointing, especially since it is a new. It is a nice looking rig - hopefully as time goes on, you will no longer notice it and will have many happy times in it. :-)
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:29 PM   #33
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We'll get over it. I've noticed though the more I spend on one, the more aggravated I get when things break. I fealt a little at ease moving to the class c from the A (less $$$), but nowhere near as laid back as I was with the fifth wheel or trailer (WAY less $$$). And even more at ease when they're paid for. That's just me. Always been that way. I guess I notice it more since I saw it go from one stage to another.
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:57 PM   #34
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And I on the other hand was relaxed and comfortable with previous units but now just a blob of relaxation. Walk through the door or get behind the wheel and it is magic
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