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Old 07-13-2018, 08:36 PM   #113
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A couple years ago we called an ordering person at Tiffin. Had different questions which she answered, but told us we can't order it has to be a dealer. One of our questins was if we could get a single color paint job in one of the colors they use anyway. She said no as any mono tone paint job shows all the waveyness of the long sides. Hence the anti-waveyness waves on these rigs.
They must be reeeaaallllyyyy wavy these days.
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Old 07-13-2018, 09:02 PM   #114
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Originally Posted by mike brez View Post
ours is pretty basic

I would bet if you look down the side of your rig you don't see any waveyness either. The black/very dark colors will show any imperfections.
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Originally Posted by Forkyfork View Post
They must be reeeaaallllyyyy wavy these days.
If you’ve ever done any painting those dark colors, especially black, will show any inperfection in body work. If you go with a flat paint it lessens the odds of imperfections showing through. A matte light brown or tan would be an excellent choice for a monotone paint job. On a tall rv like a motorhome or 5th wheel a bed liner type coating would help with the occasional slap of a tree branch.
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