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Old 05-30-2015, 08:46 AM   #51
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Took my new 2014 silverado pickup to my chevy dealer yesterday to get my free tire rotation.When i got home i kept smelling strong paint odor,After looking around truck i found where they hit something with front about size of a nickle chip and touched it up and didn't even say anything!

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Old 05-30-2015, 12:51 PM   #52
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I got my first scar on Monday on my Brand new 2015 Sierra select 32QBBS. 5th trip out this year and not a single scratch inside or out. Backing into my storage unit on Memorial Day in the rain, I got a little ahead of myself and got a little crooked and backed under the roof support beam. I got lucky I realized it when I did and just barely rubbed the roof but it did put a slight cut in the roof. I ordered a roll of eternabond roof repair tape and the color matches pretty good and from the ground, no one would ever know. Plus the roll came in 25' X 4" lengths so I have about 23' left for all the future oops. PS this repair tape seems pretty good and really easy to use. Only time will tell.
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