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Old 07-24-2017, 11:43 AM   #1
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Paint Fade on Keystone Premier Bullet

Has anyone had a problem with a 2013 Keystone Premier Bullet front fading. Someone told me that they tried a new paint or fiberglass on the front of these campers and many people are having problems with this issue! Help....what can we do about this? We purchased it used and only had for about a year and now really fading. No more warranty.
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Has anyone had a problem with a 2013 Keystone Premier Bullet front fading. Someone told me that they tried a new paint or fiberglass on the front of these campers and many people are having problems with this issue! Help....what can we do about this? We purchased it used and only had for about a year and now really fading. No more warranty.
Hi, welcome the the site! You mention that you bought it used and had it a year. In that time have you washed and waxed your RV on a regular basis?
How is your trailer stored? Out of the elements (especially the sun)? I am not aware of many people having the same problem unless the proper care has been followed. But, to be fair, I am not familiar with your model. Sun is brutal on the paint without proper care.

I have heard of the front decal fading early on some models, but Keystone has been pretty good at replacing them even after warranty.

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Lots of info on cap fading on the Keystone RV Forum. Some good, some not.
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