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You will learn alot every time you paint one. Maybe not on a tractor, but on your next vehicle you paint, If I could make a suggestion. If its in the budget, get masking paper, and mask around the wheel well openings and run paper to the floor and tape the paper to the floor, under the rockers, front, rear, you wind up masking the vehicle to the floor all the way around it. That will keep dirt from cycloning under the vehicle and bringing dirt out in to your paint job.
Also, any hole you can tape, like door handle holes, side marker holes, any opening in any panel will keep air from going in the hole and disturbing any dirt or dust. You will be amazed at the difference those little things make.
I couldn't tell from your pictures, but if you dampen the floor, that helps alot. No puddles, just damp. Good job tho' for first timer.
This post was edited by MO8N4ME at 14:29:05 12/13/12.
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