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Re: painting a farmal BN

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I use the Nason single stage paint, easy to work with, not as pricy as the Dupont products, but has the same wear ability as the higher priced products.

Nason is part of Dupont and color formulations are handled by Dupont's Performance Coatings, very good people to work with different tractor colors.

In Nason the Ih Red is 9066IB, this will be different than Duponts#. Because Nason is a different base they changed the mix colors to come out to be the same color red, therfore a different mix number. The only white color shown by Dupont is 59664 and this should be able to cross to Nason.

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 Re: painting a farmal BN in reply to BobinMi., 02-02-2013 09:00:31  
Which IH number? there are 4 of them, IH 50, 1102B, 201, and 2150. Changed to 1102B in 1949, 201 in 1958, 2150 in 1961. I have used only PPG Omni, far as I know PPG does not change the number from Omni to Concept, etc. Different base and different mix, also. I have not been able to find PPG numbers for 1102B and 201. Next time I'm at my PPG dealer I'm going to have them cross 9066IB-that is IB and not 1B?-to 70093 (IH 50) and 71310 (IH 2150) for both Omni and Concept and see which it is and to see if they are different numbers for Omni and Concept--I don't expect them to be different, but if they are I have learned something.
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