Want to know the maximum temperature paint with can withstand before blistering. Products used are PPG OMNI: MP170 Epoxy Primer, MP182 2K Surfacer, & MTK Urethane Topcoat. I have a tractor hood I just completed & am concerned about possibly blistering paint at exhaust pipe through hole/exhaust manifold area.
Re: How Much Heat before Blistering for PPG Products? in reply to Cockbird_Hunter, 07-16-2012 05:09:14
I have 3 Farmall tractors that I painted with the same combination. No blistering. Try to center the exhaust pipe in the hole in the hood though. And some tractors have another piece of metal spot welded to engine side of the hood where it is close to the exhaust manifold.
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