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Old 07-31-2011, 06:55 AM   #15
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That looks really great! I want to do a similar paint job on my 10' Kit, but in pale blue or turquoise/white. Did you really do it yourself? How long did it take you and what did you use?

We use tractor paint from tractor supply added a hardner to it. my brother in law painted it in his garage, We also used a two part primer before painting it. It turned out great.

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Update: The paneling is taking a little longer then we though its not wanting to mak all the bends. but she is coming along BBQ Blues fest in three weekends I am praying we get her ready by then.

Also we have the 54 running but we have to sand her down and paint her next but thats going to wait till fall it is miserable coming home from work and working on the camper in 100 degree weather..

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Old 08-01-2011, 12:45 PM   #17
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Update: The paneling is taking a little longer then we though its not wanting to mak all the bends.
How DOES that work anyway? I'm going to have to redo my paneling at some point and don't even know the first thing about it. Would be interested to hear more about this process, too, if you get the chance to post about it.

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