IDK maybe I'm blind . Do u think will that match?. RR, Ford
a month ago i tried Prime, and that was horrible. Today, i took a part and went to supplier. found best chip that looked blendable.Three stage right? Ok I see the Ford ruby red below the pic. So yeah three stage. Did you mix this? Do you have an alternate deck? Did you match the color with the alternate deck or did you just use the "Prime" formula? Ford Ruby Red in most systems has a couple of different alternates. If it's reasonably close you can blend it and be ok. Do your sprayout, spray one coat of clear on it and go from there
its mipa. and i dont think mipa has any database based by vin. Again, chip was pretty close to part, blendable.What brand? Give the jobber the VIN#. All Majors now use the VIN to get the correct formula or alternate formula. Once you get the right color use blender in your last coat of base on the base blend, then use blender again on you last coat of mid in the mid blend. Like Texas said you are gonna have to extend it to at least the rear door. Probably be easier for you to do the side like Texas suggested.
Whatever you do, don't tell them you have any experience doing body work or painting. They don't want anyone that knows anything about the business. They want to teach you what they want you to know, which is basically that all body shops are out to rip off the insurance company. I was talking to a young insurance adjuster a few weeks ago, and the topic of aftermarket parts came up. I asked him if he would want an aftermarket fender on his new truck, and he replied that it wouldn't matter because all the parts come from the same manufacturer, just in a different box. Obviously, he was schooled to think that, and with no experience otherwise, made the perfect company man.im dreaming about getting insurance job.