That maybe the seam sealer then they painted over it looking like paint drips
Seems like that shouldn’t be necessary on a brand new truck. But maybe my expectations are too high. Makes me wonder what else was overlooked.Mine has this as well. You can just razor-blade it off in two seconds.
Most? I can’t remember ever seeing this.Really guys? Start looking at other, and older cars & trucks. Most look like that.
No.Really guys? Start looking at other, and older cars & trucks. Most look like that.
Easy to spot crap is being missed, what about the issues you can't see???There's a lot of stupid crap like that on vehicles I've worked on... it's just it normally is not in a spot that's normally visible... I'm also not really seeing anything that screams abnormal or excessive for a first year problem. A lot of stupid **** yes but it's not like the vehicle isn't mostly making it A to B. Well except that one guy. Actually... maybe I lied, remember when everyone said QC improved?
All kidding aside, seeing what I deal with with rollouts, this is really not horrendous. But annoying, yes.
Yeah. But they always miss that stuff. You just can't see it. Hate to be like that but again, I've seen so much bs working on various makes I just expect it... sorry.Easy to spot crap is being missed, what about the issues you can't see???
its the rubberized rock guard that they spray on the bottom of the rocker panels that then gets painted over.Well, I hate to be the one to point it out but if you find something on a vehicle you’re looking to buy that’s unacceptable to you then don’t buy it. Simple.
It is the first vehicle that I have seen it this bad on though. The paint looks smooth with no runs anywhere so I do think it’s undercoating or galvanizing.
At the factory?its the rubberized rock guard that they spray on the bottom of the rocker panels that then gets painted over.