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Old 11-07-2007, 10:39 AM   #1
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paint matching

I have a 2002 Bounder34', I got a boo boo on the rear bumper. I have fixed the bumper and need to re-paint it. Does anyone know how to find the paint number or color??
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I have a 2002 Bounder34', I got a boo boo on the rear bumper. I have fixed the bumper and need to re-paint it. Does anyone know how to find the paint number or color??
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Old 11-07-2007, 05:18 PM   #3
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The paint codes should be displayed in the closet. It will tell you the manufacturer, like Sherwin Williams, General Paint or Dupont. I prefer to use the original factory paint by code. Hopefully your paint hasn't faded too much. Body shops can match exactly but will the new paint fade at the same rate as the old?
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:Mine is in the closet but made no sense so I called Fleetwood and they emailed diagram with all the colors shown with numbers. Went to NAPA and they mixed my paint and it was very, very close. Be sure they do this alot as these paints are hard to match.
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