So far the closest thing I have found is Safety Yellow but it is WAY to bright and all the other yellows look like Crap. I want to paint a few items because Ski-Doo doesent make cool looking parts for the 96 F-III
Check an autoparts store that sells paint to body shops. Being Ski Doo slightly changes the color they can match yours and package it into a spray can for your use. Its costs a bit more but it will be right,
You wont find pre-mixed paint in any store. Why they dont offer a spray can at the dealer we will never know. Pull a wheel off and have it computer matched then buy the spray kits from an automotive paint store.
just ask your dealer to call bombardier for a can. I work at a dealership and I ordered a spray can for my 1995 formula stx cost me about 7$ (about 10$ for clients) Hey formula 111 dude, what year is your sled. For my sled 1995, they only had a couple of can's left until they ran out of my paint, and after that, the paint would be no longer available so make your move fast.
On my 96 there was'nt any yellow to begin with so I plan to use the later color because it is brighter. I really dont understand, I can go to a shop where they sell PPG or DuPont paint and give them a paint chip and they will give me Ski-doo yellow in a spray can!!?? Man, I am 16 and still am amazed at the technoligy these days.
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Did you see the word Between in my post???
Just checking. I must be color blind then.
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