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10 hours ago, RV Vagabond Jerry said:

Given a choice I would go with raw fiberglass.

That is probably the reason it is still offered. But most new RVs have the flashy designs done with decals if not full body paint.

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I'm running the red desert camo custom applied by 50mph wind and splattery 30 second rain showers every 5 minutes on the one side right now.

It warshes off once you get  a round tuit. 

 

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I was able to get the paint info for our 2004 Newmar.  Its a KA and full body paint.  I have the paint already and some clear to do touch ups and resprays.  I will be using some commercial EPDM roof coating that I had tinted to the base color of the trailer, which will go on the roof down to the trim/gutter.  Then will also do the entire front cap and the front area which will be behind the truck when towing, to reduce the effect of chips etc.  

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