This one has the chrome spare tire cover like I will have, I found one on Ebay (they didnt know what it fit) for $26.00 and it will just fit a shasta spare, I plan on not having the inside cover, just a white wall tire with center cap.
I can't believe one of my designs in paint is finally able to be posted on this thread! Sorry yall, I just had to get a spot on this thread for my paint. I'm sure everyone already saw it in restore section. I just wanted to be in this thread for future reference. Quick note of interest, most wouldn't realize that the only paint that went through a high dollar spray gun and compressor is the gloss white base coat. All the colors were all from $5.00 spray cans of rustoleum off the shelf of walley world! I have to say this, it is the very most forgiving paint I have ever sprayed and used. Highly recommended for the non-professional painter. In the last 30 days while working/painting on this unit it rained every day but 3! Two times it even started raining while paint was leaving the gun! When bought in a gallon for spray gun, it only thins with acetone, no hardener. So once you mixed your first gun can, you can just dump the rest of the 32 OZ's of thinner into the gallon can and it stays good for the next time! No waste. 1/2 gallon of white was used on this so I still got another half gallon to use on the next camper! If anything happens to paint, patch paint can be purchased anywhere that carries rustoleum. Also the farm/fleet, tractor supply equipment paint is good but thins with naptha and needs hardener mixed in too. If you mix too much, you can't save it like you can with the rustoleum. Rustoleum also dries fast to the touch and doesn’t lift with masking tape when doing multiple color overlays like when doing murals. Just sayin, I’ll be using the rustoleum more often in the future just for the no waste, no hardener to buy, easy mixing, high gloss finish when dry, super forgiving for the novice painter. Very easy to spray and lay even coats. The white actually covered in 1 coat!! Have a great day yall!