Originally Posted by GAROUTTE78
I've seen em mess up before. Oreillys has the paint books where you should be able to pick what color you want and they mix it for you but sometimes people make mistakes. Id 320 it down and re shoot the oxford. That paint color has been around for a long ass time.
thats what we are planning on doing but just trying to wait alittle bit to let it harden up to sand off the clear and top coats of ceramic white. I just know the base coat for the ceramic white was white with a yellowish tint. Id imagine that the oxford white's base coat is white with some type of tint, whether it be yellowish, or slightly different.
I guess I should just take the safer route and go ahead and buy the base coat that comes with the oxford white paint code and redo the base, top coat, and clear again. I might be able to get by with just spraying the oxford over the ceramic whites base color beens I assume they are very close but I guess its better to be more safe than sorry.
Originally Posted by Show
The Ceramic White is a tri-coat.
And be advised that there are 7 alternatives for the YZ paint code.
and beens our oxford white yz has that many alternatives, what would be the best way to match it up to my truck? A buddy of mine does all the work basically and shoots it, I just help out and go buy the stuff thats needed from a local supplier that me and others use.
Im not worried to much about it not matching absolutely perfect because acourse this isn't a show car, put under lights and can be scrutinized at all times. You know I bought to truck to work and do what I need it to do, I live on a horse farm so I mean it gets scratches and nicks and things of that nature on it. There were even a few that we just painted over and didn't worry about using any filler to completly get rid of then just for this fact. BUT if im spending the money to do it and have the upgraded look I obviously want to try and get it close within reason without having to go to extraordinary lengths you know what I mean.