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Re: which paint to use

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Damon K.

03-08-2013 19:37:20

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IH #50 is the correct color for your "H". The color of the IH red did not change until the 460-560 series in 1958, witch it went to the 1102b and the 201, witch are no longer available. The IH # 2150 did not change form the #50 color until 1962 on the other IH model tractors. PPG concept single stage paint is all that I use and is VERY nice. It is expensive but worth it and is very easy to work with.

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03-09-2013 09:59:40

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 Re: which paint to use in reply to Damon K., 03-08-2013 19:37:20  
50 went to 1102b in mid 1949, 201 came when the 460 and 560 were introduced in 1958, 2150 came in 1961 when I think the 240-up were introduced. Point is all those colors have changed since their inital colors due to the EPA's enviornmental concerns. So the only choices now are the PPG/DuPont 50 and 2150 colors, plus the CaseIH 2150. I believe that all IH letter/hundred series were "supposed" to change color at the same time, not that it matters. I use PPG Omni base-clear. Concept is more expensive because the colors are perhaps a little more accurate and are somewhat thicker and can cover in in fewer coats with expert painters, which I am not. I use 3 coats base and 3 coats clear.

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03-08-2013 19:42:22

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 Re: which paint to use in reply to Damon K., 03-08-2013 19:37:20  
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I think Fay's originality guide lists the change to 1102B in 50 or 51. I know my 51 WD-9 is supposed to be 1102B, but nobody can give me a code for it.

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