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Confused regarding paint code

Hi there. got vw tdi with paint code LA7W which seems to be called as reflex siver. I hav been to halford to buy it but find LA7W/8e instead which is also called as reflex silver. shalll i but LA7W/8E if its the same like LA7W or tell them to mix and make LA7W.cheers

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LA7W and 8E are both codes for silver. 8E was also used in mid-80's for beige, but in 2000's was used for reflex silver. good luck

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