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F40Wheel Paint

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07-14-2012 19:50:58

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I need to know how to paint the wheels on spin-out wheels on F40 Row Crop. Where the center has the pieces that bolts to the square bars that lets you adjust, are they Gray or Beige? I've seen them both ways. I know the centers are Beige, but not sure about pieces that bolts to center to bars.

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Tony in Mass.

07-15-2012 19:39:13

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 Re: F40Wheel Paint in reply to miner09, 07-14-2012 19:50:58  
Both yous guyes row crops have power steering. Which is almost overkill- yet utilities need it at the best of times. I see what you mean by the tint Miner, but sunshine is the real judge. My 35 is now 3 shades of hunter green. None of them look appealing... nearly painted it all a wrong red and grey, just to have something worth looking at..

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07-15-2012 13:25:59

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 Re: F40Wheel Paint in reply to miner09, 07-14-2012 19:50:58  
Thanks Gearhead, That was taken a few years ago could do with a freshen up now, our climate is hard on paintwork, even indoors is damp! Sam

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07-15-2012 08:46:22

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 Re: F40Wheel Paint in reply to miner09, 07-14-2012 19:50:58  

Finished painting chassis and have to move out of paint booth, have wheels ready to paint. Just wanted to be sure which paint was used from factory. Have seen them painted both ways. I"ll paint adjusters beige, like it better.

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07-15-2012 07:01:33

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 Re: F40Wheel Paint in reply to miner09, 07-14-2012 19:50:58  
Sam, that is a great looking tractor! We have a 57 F40 that is next on the line for some paint, hope it will look like yours when all is said and done

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07-15-2012 00:39:34

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 Re: F40Wheel Paint in reply to miner09, 07-14-2012 19:50:58  

This is a photo of my tractor, the rear rims are silver mist and the centres and clamps are bamboo beige with all the bolts and the cams zinc plated. front rims were completely beige unlike the early 100 series in Britain where the outer part of the rim was silver with the centre painted the same colour as the tinwork. Hope this helps. Sam

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