Topic: Re: painting advice
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I have painted a lot of tractors, I would sand blast all parts that can be removed off of equipment to be painted. the engine parts I would use a solvent of some kind and spray and clean and then use 80 grit sand paper to sand everything else that cant be blasted. Then I would use a itching primer and then I would use a good urathan paint, I use base coat clear coat dupont products. My thing is, if you are going to spend that much time to paint it I would use a good paint that will last. you dont want it to peel or fade. pay me now or pay me later and just do it right the first time. i have restored a 1937 JD B, 1951 MT, 1939 B, 66 Oliver row crop, and working on a WD allis, complete restoration. go to the pic on this web sight and look up Don Knight on the photes and see my work.
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