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has anyone gotten the front fascia resprayed? If so, what kinda moolah are we talking here. I realize it varies, but ballpark figures anyone?
My experience is a good shop can do bad work and vice versa... so unless you have heard anything bad, I'd be up for giving them a shot.Makaha said:I'll just show them your avatar and they'll know just how serious I am!!!!!!
How would you feel about using the dealership? As you may have read in previous threads, my relationship with them is abnormal...it's incredibly good. they have closed the service for me for alone time with me and the tech, they've given me new parts for everything I've questioned and filed the warranty...so I do trust them.
I'll second that - go to Clayton in Slidell. He is a perfectionist and he knows Vipers inside and out. :nod: I took my GTS to him all the way from Houston. I just picked it up yesterday.iispms said:Call Clayton, he can do it. Why are you getting it redone?
When I took it back, the guy who owned the shop (a fellow Viper guy) told me that the guy who sprayed it must have forgotten to put the flex agent in. What do I know? But nothing was ever hit after painting.... I took it to get sprayed because I hit a raccoon on the highway and the clearcoat was all spiderweb-cracked.dansauto said:SRT Mike-Sprayed a lot of cars have you? I don't know anyone that uses flex agent with a urtehane base/clear system. Sounds like bad surface prep. Note if you hit something it will flake not matter what. It's OK to be picky, just expect to pay for perfection.
Dan, I assume you use DuPont paint.dansauto said:SRT Mike-Sprayed a lot of cars have you? I don't know anyone that uses flex agent with a urtehane base/clear system. Sounds like bad surface prep. Note if you hit something it will flake not matter what. It's OK to be picky, just expect to pay for perfection.