I have owned my 2020 Ford Raptor for about 2 months. When I went to wash the truck, I found what appeared to be an extra layer of paint on my fender. It was sharp enough to rip out fibers from my polishing cloth and looked odd. I took it to the dealer, who said they have a body shop that can fix it easily. Unbeknownst to me, the body shop repainted the whole fender, claiming it was necessary to make the paint match. I was not pleased, as from my experience factory paint is usually better than body shop paint. I’ve been finding bubbles and craters throughout the repainted fender. Did a bit of research and they appear to be what is called solvent pop and fish eye. I took the truck back to the body shop and they managed to remove most of them, but missed some, as shown in the second photo. The body shop gave me shit and said “hey it’s a truck so you don’t need it to be perfect. We can only make it as good as Ford and I can take you to the dealership and show you these 2020 Fords with paint issues. We will give it another go one more time but I can’t keep taking my guy off his projects so you better point them all out tomorrow.” Needless to say I was pissed this ass wipe felt it was his place to tell me what is and what is not acceptable. My take is I paid $72,000 for a new truck and it should be as perfect as possible when delivered. I’ve had body shops work on my other cars and none have had these issues. So to me it sounds like they either don’t prep their paint correctly or have a dirty paint booth. I am not a paint professional and seeing blemishes isn’t easy unless you have perfect lighting and view angles. Isn’t that what they are paid for?!? Any blemish caused by me - be it off road or whatever - I am fine with. It’s my truck. If it’s caused because of poor workmanship from factory, dealer, or body shop - F*ck that not letting it slide. I’ve spoken to Ford and they told me to call them after I go to body shop tomorrow and see if they can fix it. If not they’ll see what they can do. I’ve also contacted the dealer that paid the body shop for the work. Hopefully it’s fixed tomorrow - I don’t see how fish eye can be buffed away with a polisher - but we’ll see. Wanted to see what ideas and suggestions you have regarding my problem. Not sure what venues I can pursue if this can’t get fixed to my satisfaction.