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Re: How much Paint? Question for all you painters
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John Deere paint really is fine for old tractors and alot cheaper. I use double hardener on the frame and triple on the sheet metal. It turns out so nice some people don't believe it's deere paint! Another thing is deere paint likes to be sprayed thick so don't be bashful.
If it was me here's what I would use, this is only a general guide, everyone is differant. It's mainly just from what I can recall from tractors I've painted in the past.
G: 1 gallon of primer, 2.5 gallons of green, 3 quarts yellow, 7 hardener
B: 2 quarts primer, 1.5 gallons of green, 2 quarts yellow, 5 hardener
With this you should have enough to do the 4020 in between.
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