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Old 11-23-2005, 09:29 AM   #1
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I'm looking to do some repair work (small stress cracks) to a small area on the side of our fifth wheel. We have a fiberglass (not smooth Gelcoat) Four Winds Lite manufactured by Dutchman/Thor. I've worked with fiberglass before, but have a question as to how to match the factory white when repainting? Does anyone know if RV's have paint codes like autos and motorcycles do? If so, where does one go about finding the codes and the paint to match?

Any input would be appreciated and a Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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Old 11-23-2005, 09:29 AM   #2
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I'm looking to do some repair work (small stress cracks) to a small area on the side of our fifth wheel. We have a fiberglass (not smooth Gelcoat) Four Winds Lite manufactured by Dutchman/Thor. I've worked with fiberglass before, but have a question as to how to match the factory white when repainting? Does anyone know if RV's have paint codes like autos and motorcycles do? If so, where does one go about finding the codes and the paint to match?

Any input would be appreciated and a Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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