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Hinge area paint process

June 11 2017 at 11:46 AM
Larry fritz  (Login larryfritz)
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Response to Mudguard hinge area

Do we know the process used for the base coating of the fenders and side skirts? If the hinge welds were done prior to paint, the dg basecoat were applied to these areas off of the vehicle (how I would design the process if I were the manufacturing engineer) and to the vehicle hull prior to installing them, with camo applied after assembly, wouldn't we expect to see exposed dg and no artifacts from the heat of the hinge weld? Just curious.

By the way, I am not an expert, but the saturation of the colors in the image caused me to question it at first glance. It is a nice image, either way, though!

 
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