The problem with painting over existing paint is you don't know what is going on underneath. It could be rusting under the original paint and even though you painted it with Imron when the original paint comes off it will take everything over it off too. You could degrease and scuff the paint with 400 grit sandpaper and topcoat again but if you are having to paint the tractor again I suspect there is a problem below it. The only way to be sure you have a good paint job is to take it down to bare metal and start fresh. The sheetmetal could be done with abrasive discs however the cast really needs to be sandblasted. I know its a pain but I think its worth it.
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