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Old 04-13-2016, 07:30 AM   #31
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I'm not worried about the slide. It's like a big drawer. I guess I could just stay home and watch TV

Also, after looking at all the floor plans, this one is the only one that made sense in a small rig. I have had bigger trailers and motor homes. I wanted a small one I could get around easier in. Not looking to live in it
I never was worried about Slide Outs either,,, till I joined this Forum !!!

We also wanted a smaller unit,,, so we went with the 2500TS,,,
only wish it had a Sleeper sofa,,, instead of Dinette !!!

Some of those LONG Sunseekers look very funny to me !!!
Like 2 pounds of crap,,, in a one pound bag !!!
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Old 07-09-2016, 12:26 PM   #32
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On my '14 24R with garnet paint, the GM "Dark Toreador" Dupli-Color touch up kit matches the garnet color well.
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I have a 2015 2401R with the beige, brown and maroon paint scheme. I need some touch up paint. Does anybody know where I can find the paint codes?
Thanks for any help!
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Old 07-10-2016, 05:21 AM   #34
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I have a 2015 2401R with the beige, brown and maroon paint scheme. I need some touch up paint. Does anybody know where I can find the paint codes?
Thanks for any help!
Sounds like you may have the Auburn paint scheme as we do ???

We have one bottle - Auburn #4- 684 like a silver ???
One bottle says Sunseeker #3 -650 - Brown
One that says Sunseeker Aubrun #2 - Maroon - JL
And one that Says Aubrun #1 Beige - PV

Hopefully that will be helpful ???
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The paint code on mine is on the driver's door itself about halfway down the window frame. It is NOT on the cab, near the weather seal where other stickers are located.
I also have the "Garnet" paint scheme. But on the paint code sticker, "garnet" is listed as "toreador".
O'Reilley's has Duplicolor touch up paints. But--make sure you get the DARK Toreador. There is another brighter toreador. It's in the GM paint section of the display.
Where the weatherstrip curves at the top of the left rear corner near the roof, the weather stripping where the side and back walls join is caulked. It's also painted. On my rig, two sections of caulk about 10" long and 1/4" wide simply fell out.
The Dark Toreador nicely got rid of the white stripes left behind.
And it looks like I'll need to eventually have to do more of it, as that whole strip of caulk looks like its shrinking up.
If it gets past the garnet section, I'll have to figure out what touch up paints that I can get off the shelf will work.
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I guess the info I left was not helpful ???
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Sorry Wolverine, I had not read your reply. Yes it is very helpful. One responder spoke about OReilly having certain colors. I didn't get any touch up with my motorhome. Have you purchased any since owning the motorhome?
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Sorry Wolverine, I had not read your reply. Yes it is very helpful. One responder spoke about OReilly having certain colors. I didn't get any touch up with my motorhome. Have you purchased any since owning the motorhome?
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No I just have the bottles that came with the MH !!!
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