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Old 05-02-2014, 10:06 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by mcfarmall View Post
High quality paint, powder coating, etc. costs money that cuts into shareholder dividends. Everybody wants their 401k to show gains right? I sure do. This is how those gains are accomplished.

Wire brush, aluminum oxide cloth, primer, and a couple cans of Rust Oleum's finest and you'll be in business.
So we are supposed to just accept poor quality products just so shareholder dividends can show more profit??? Holy crap, you can't be serious! This is the root of America's decline. It's not like the cost wouldn't be passed on to the end users anyway.
Why should I have to spend my time, money and effort underneath my brand new, $30,000 RV to try to fix an issue that shouldn't be there to begin with?


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Old 05-02-2014, 10:12 AM   #12
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I believe Undercoating should be standard. These units are vary expensive and isnt the idea that they travel in all kinds of weather.

I've also heard of a manufacturer that uses white Spray-on Truck Bed coating for maintenance free Roof. That would be nice too.
But I digress.

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