Is there any problem shooting OEM New Holland (industrial yellow) acrylic enamel over epoxy primer? This will be on the chassis so I'm not concerned with being able to sand to a smooth finish before final coat. The yellow will not have any hardener, just the paint.
Re: OEM paint over epoxy primer in reply to Beta, 03-26-2012 06:01:17
There shouldn't be a problem unless you've exceded the recoat window on the epoxy primer. If you've exceded the window I would refer to the instructions on the primer. It may be necessary to scuff and prime it again first.
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