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Re: IH WD-9 Rim Paint Color

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Yeah, I was thinking along the same lines to lay down a thin coat from a rattle can just to clean up the look of the fins

I did some quick checking on the Valspar Restoration series and it appears to be roughly the same cost as the MS PCC series. Curious though, you say that you have seen some awesome Valspar Restoration Series, then why are you using the Crossfire series? I shot my last car with Crossfire and felt like it turned out good, but that is a BC/CC paint as opposed to the single stage Valspar resto and MS PCC series. From what I understand the commercial coatings provide good hardness and rust resistant, but are prone to fade, but being the tractor will be shedded most of the time, it should not be an issue.

Ha, funny that you mention the silver cloth seat as mine JUST showed up in the mail today. I really like the look of the tractor with a silver canvas to accent the wheels. I got mine from Devonís Tractor Parts and it ended up being $165 after shipping.

No, I would definitely not weld on the rims with the tires mounted. Iím kinda kicking myself for not grinding down the welds when the tires were off.

Yeah, Iím pretty A-type as well, but this is my first tractor project so that generates a lot of questions! I never even payed attention to the slop in the throttle & decomp linkage. Thanks, now I have another thing to think about! ;-) How are you dressing down the welds? Grinding them or machining them?

Whatís your email address so I can drop you a line? I actually do have the ownerís manual and partís manual.

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