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04-03-2014 12:56:36

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The last gallon I had mixed for the 43817 code stated "Ford Green" on the can. Was that used on a Grabber Maverick or what?

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04-03-2014 16:39:38

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 Re: PPG Paint in reply to Cockbird_Hunter, 04-03-2014 12:56:36  
My concept formula uses a 'ford green' main ingredient and then is tinted from there. Over the last couple years I developed my own special formula so every tractor I paint is exactly the same shade. When I need paint, I simply call my ppg supplier and tell him I need my formula green single stage or basecoat, whatever I need at the time. Saves a lot of pain of their stock colors not matching up right, from batch to batch and tractor to tractor.

For my yellow, I have had wheels and weights on the last 2 tractors powdercoated. And therefore I went ahead and matched my ppg to the powdercoat on parts that I spray instead of powdercoating.

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04-03-2014 17:40:53

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 Re: PPG Paint in reply to newgenjdcollector, 04-03-2014 16:39:38  
What a beautiful beast that is! Colors look identicle. I'll trade ya my "B" for it...even up of course. lol

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04-03-2014 16:37:35

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 Re: PPG Paint in reply to Cockbird_Hunter, 04-03-2014 12:56:36  
Mine never said that but sometimes their computer for formula,s starts out with a "base" color and tweaks it from there to get to where it should be. Since it is not specifically a JD color but a generic , the computer is programed to enter something so it goes with whatever it used as a base line.

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