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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.
This post was edited by CNKS at 13:53:12 02/02/13.
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