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Antique Tractor Paint and Bodywork

Re: F-I-T Dupont Questions

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BobinMi.

11-11-2012 16:45:19
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If you can get Dupont from you local auto parts you should be able to get Nason, a DuPont product, Ful-thane single stage.

I've been using it now for several years and like it. Much cheaper than DuPont Approx. 210.00 gallon for IH red. It does not fade out like cheaper paint. You will need supplied air. Same as PPG or others. Nason has good support products that you will need, and not mention an 800 number for personal support.

Bob.

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CNKS

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 Re: F-I-T Dupont Questions in reply to BobinMi., 11-11-2012 16:45:19  
Read the tech sheet that the dealer should give you or you can find it on DuPonts web site. It will tell you what the topcoat is compatible with. BUT, regardless put epoxy under the topcoat on the cast and a surfacer over epoxy on the sheet metal. I don't use DuPont but I have read that DuPont is more apt to have you use a sealer at some point. The local dealer for some weird reason does not sell the DuPont epoxy, perhaps because it is more expensive than DuPont-that dealer and the PPG dealer sell mostly to smaller body shops and painters, as opposed to the bigger shops that for the most part mix their own paint. My PPG dealer sells only PPG products as far as paint goes.

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JohnDeereM50

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 Re: F-I-T Dupont Questions in reply to CNKS, 11-11-2012 18:00:07  
I may be able to get Dupont at Oreily Auto Parts. I just remembered I have bought Nason epoxy primer there before and used it on my truck and top coated with Sherwin Williams. The Fulthane 2K urethane is in Dupont"s Nason line I think.

I would like to use the surfacer on the whole tractor if its ok. I would like to make the whole thing super slick.



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CNKS

11-11-2012 18:02:58
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 Re: F-I-T Dupont Questions in reply to CNKS, 11-11-2012 18:00:07  
The above was supposed to go under M50's post.



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