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Old 09-07-2006, 07:55 PM   #1
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Howdy - We posted the question on the 04 Avalanche paint problem - just wanted to provide an update. WRV was very cooperative and asked to take another look at the coach (has been re-painted there 2X already). There seems to be something inherently wrong with that particular coach's paint application, and they will get it fixed. Had to drop it off, and head back to home base in WI (did the 1900 miles in 36 hours in the toad), and hope to pick it up soon. So, short story - if you have a 'Lanche, and have paint problems; do not ignore, they don't go away, and WRV has taken ownership, and will fix.

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Howdy - We posted the question on the 04 Avalanche paint problem - just wanted to provide an update. WRV was very cooperative and asked to take another look at the coach (has been re-painted there 2X already). There seems to be something inherently wrong with that particular coach's paint application, and they will get it fixed. Had to drop it off, and head back to home base in WI (did the 1900 miles in 36 hours in the toad), and hope to pick it up soon. So, short story - if you have a 'Lanche, and have paint problems; do not ignore, they don't go away, and WRV has taken ownership, and will fix.

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