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Re: how many coats of clearcoat?
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I don't have a real good reason to clear small parts, so most of them I don't. You have to look real close to see the color difference. Some of the bigger small parts such as the oil canister, air cleaner, etc will be cleared, along with the fan shroud, front axle or bolster, etc. The bolts are painted with single stage urethane intially and touched up after installation, with of all things IH 2150, close enough for me, and I don't have to mix the hardener. So, I am using 3 kinds of paint on one tractor, and I challenge anyone to tell the difference. That is not to say I will paint a whole tractor with 2150, I won't. In small areas used as a touch up for chips, etc it blends in. I bought a quart of 2150 several years ago only to compare the color to PPG 71310-- I can't tell the difference. I still have 90% of it.
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