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Old 07-12-2010
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sixt9coug requested pics

sorry but these pictures were requested by sixt9coug so i had to make a thread....


both drivers box side little thing down about an inch, and to the left a little, best pic i could get
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Why didn't you just PM him?
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What are we even looking at?
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because i wasnt sure if i could pm pics from tinypic, but i meant to say it was down to the right, theres a small, i wouldnt say bubble, but there were some on my truck when i bought it but im not sure if they all were and i just found another one on my f150, kind of annoying but it could have been there since i bought it, its really hard to see right now in this light so, but in the evenings where its parked you can see it well. But my camera cant get a good pic of it, so im trying to see if maybe he knows what it is, i have some on plastic pieces aswell so i dont think its rust
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Try your macro setting, with point and shoots that lets it focus closer.
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alright ill give it a try

edit: doesnt really help either

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trent do you notice anything kinda like that on your f150, mines an 05 and i know there were a few of em on there when i bought it but i dunno if this one was or not
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slighty better pic of the one that i knew was on there when i bought the truck, hasnt really grown or anything like rust would...right below my pinky
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I have not. Has pretty bad orange peel but thats about it
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a chevy came in to the shop today, so i took a quick glance and noticed that he had them aswell, like an 03-04 1500
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wow..if something that small caught my eye enough to bother me i probably would never drive my truck.

could it be just a rock chip? maybe surface rust since the paint is off? im not sure, i know u said it doesnt look like rust..but it doesnt really look like anything..
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its not a paint chip, and it doesnt look like any kind of rust (being that its on plastic parts), also the paint isnt off, its not really bothering me that much, im just wondering if im the only one with it and what it is...

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you know, it's really hard to see what it is in the pics. Is there any way you can get a different shot of the paint surface itself? It seems the camera is trying to focus on the reflection.

The best bet might be to try and take a shot of the surface at a pretty steep angle as opposed to head on. It might take a few shots, and a good macro setting, but its possible.

Mimic this - (btw, these were little air blisters that occurred when I painted my buddy's Cuda. It was a result of air voids in the primer expanding and causing bubbles when we placed the spray booth on bake. Sucked, and required a repaint)

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mine doesnt look anything like that, it looks like there is a little point on em, and they're not even half that size, and no where near that many
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brought it to the autobody shop while i was waiting for my new phone today, turns out it was painted before (accident) and was placed outside before clear coat was applied, just some dirt in the under/in the clear, they said they can polish it out, but ill probly just leave it, thanks any way sixt9coug
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