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Old 07-09-2012, 11:16 AM   #29
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Precision Paint did a terrible job on my MH @ $15k dollars
I wanted it painted like it came from winne but they said they could not do that so I had to pick from their diagrams which did not come out as pictured.
The paint has numerous defects all the paint came off the two a/c
I couldn't get the tan color I wanted
the plastic shield they put on the front, I did not ask for was installed really bad lot lof dirt and even a string underneath, edges comming up and now after two years it need to be replaced.
They messed up the hood engine access. they gave it to me with a 2" gap around the top
Why did I pick them to due the painting? A fellow rv guy recommeded them.
No matter who does the job you need to thing about the colors that are on some parts that need to be replaced like vents door handles ref back acces once painted then any replacement will not match and need to be painted.
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Old 07-09-2012, 04:55 PM   #30
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Precision Paint did a terrible job on my MH @ $15k dollars
I wanted it painted like it came from winne but they said they could not do that so I had to pick from their diagrams which did not come out as pictured.
The paint has numerous defects all the paint came off the two a/c
I couldn't get the tan color I wanted
the plastic shield they put on the front, I did not ask for was installed really bad lot lof dirt and even a string underneath, edges comming up and now after two years it need to be replaced.
They messed up the hood engine access. they gave it to me with a 2" gap around the top
Why did I pick them to due the painting? A fellow rv guy recommeded them.
No matter who does the job you need to thing about the colors that are on some parts that need to be replaced like vents door handles ref back acces once painted then any replacement will not match and need to be painted.
Sorry to hear that. I know they have Diamond Shield do the front mask and ACs are a different Plastic Material than the body. My RV club thinks I have the best Paint Job even including the new $200,000 Rigs with their factory paint jobs. I got my job 2 1/2 years ago and my trailer a year later. Ph Jason, I bet he would do the ACS again and give you a credit on the Diamond Shield.
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:37 PM   #31
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I can highly reccomend Precision Painting. Had a FB done on my 98 and now I would put it up against most of the new ones. It is not cheap but like previously stated the prep work takes alot of time. After the paint job they put 3 coats of clear coat , sanding between coats. When they are done the exterior is like glass. When I was there they were finishing off a million $ unit.
You get what you pay for and they are considered one of the best.
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