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Old 11-05-2012, 05:29 PM
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Yeah, talk to you dealer and ask about whether the two flakes can touch. My dealer says they will not do this anymore because the colors were running into each other or something. Boats look great though, cant wait to see pics. My last 25 had lots of black and it showed all the scratches, so much that I will not do black again.

Me thinks there is a reason boats have been mostly white all these years. Every time I see a boat that is mostly dark colored gel I think much rubbing and buffing I would have to be doing to keep it to a satisfactory shine. On the other hand, I do like looking at the pictures of them...
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:15 PM
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Doesnt make sense not being able to have 2 metal flakes adjacent to each other. I would tell MMS to submit the color scheme with the 2 adjacent flakes shown on the DaB. I would say if the DaB allow it, then they should be able to built it that way. it doesnt cost anything to submit the design. Considering how much your paying for your boat, they should do it.

If they say the colors bleed, then something is wrong with their process. If the flake bleeds, would the solid color bleed too?

Taken delivery of my last X25 only proves that the salesmen is not always right.. trust me on this one
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Old 11-07-2012, 07:54 PM
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