Posted by JohnDeereJimOhio on October 25, 2012 at 19:32:22 from (188.8.131.52):
My family and I have been collecting two cylinder John Deeres for years. We have always done our own mechanical work on them but have always paid to have them painted.. I would like to start painting them myself, and could really use some help with what to paint with... Right now I have a 30x40 shop that is heated. Can I paint during the winter with the heat on? Also I need to buy a new paint gun what is a good medium value dependable and easy to shoot gun? I talked to a collector that lives close and he sprays all factory John Deere Primer and Paints. I have a good friend that owns a few Napa stores so I can get all paint and supplies through him at cost. What would the best primer, and paint set up be for me through napa... Right now I have a 45 John Deere B to paint that is all stripped and cleaned, a 1951 John deere B pulling tractor, a 1947 G pulling tractor, 1 1951 GW, and a 1958 420c. As you can see I have a lot to do and figure by about the 3-4 one I will have the hang of it... Anyone that can shed some light on this I would greatly appreciate it..
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