Fadded Front Lower Cap On A Bounder
Posted 15 October 2012 - 11:13 AM
Has anyone tried painting the cap.
Someone suggested using bedliner material.
Posted 15 October 2012 - 11:55 AM
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Posted 14 November 2012 - 01:13 PM
Actually, bed liner can be any color you want it to be. I have sprayed my last 2 trucks the color of the body. 1 was white and 1 was red. My bedliner guy just went to our local paint and body supply store with my paint code and matched the paint and then added it to the liner. I am not sure on the ratios and all the technical info on how to do it, but it can be done. Looked really good for a number of years.
We were at a Safari MH Rally a couple of years back and one owner had a Gold Colored 2001 Safari Zanzibar that he had a "Slight Mishap" on the front fiberglass bumper area. He had the fiberglass bumper repair but instead of just repainting the gelcoat, he had it sprayed with the correct color coded Arma Coat. He said it looked so good that he had the same shop clean his Fiberglass Roof and also sprayed the roof the same way. You really had to get up close to distingush the bumper from the rest of the coach (it was the "texture" that was the only difference).
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