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Re: Spray Paint in can

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Stephen Newell

08-13-2012 13:22:27

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Where I live you can't even by Case paint at a Case dealership. You have to order it and they place an order once a year. I'm not fond of rattle can paint but Dupli-Color engine enamel Chevrolet Orange Red De1607 is a match for Flambeau Red. It's available at many auto parts stores. The color for Desert Sunset is more difficult. I haven't seen it in rattle can other than Case. Their number is B1760N for rattle can. You might also look at auto parts stores for 1980 Ford Pastel Chamois touch up spray.

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Gary from Muleshoe

08-13-2012 13:40:06

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 Re: Spray Paint in can in reply to Stephen Newell, 08-13-2012 13:22:27  
Yes it is hard to get, I know Van Sycle has it, but i will have to order it. Just wondering if it's any good.

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08-14-2012 07:43:55

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 Re: Spray Paint in can in reply to Gary from Muleshoe, 08-13-2012 13:40:06  
You can lay a decent enough looking coat of paint with rattle cans - but they fade much faster than paint from the quart and gallon cans.

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Stephen Newell

08-14-2012 04:16:06

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 Re: Spray Paint in can in reply to Gary from Muleshoe, 08-13-2012 13:40:06  
I've never used Van Sickle paint. After painting one tractor with Valspar paint I won't paint a tractor again with anything else than automotive paints. For me it's too much work to dismantle one and prep to use a paint that won't last. I'm using Nason 2k now with epoxy primer.

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