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Painting my Allis CA

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Gatwood

05-09-2008 06:37:54




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How much paint should I buy to paint my allis ca?

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Skyhighballoon(MO)

05-09-2008 08:01:07




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 Re: Painting my Allis CA in reply to Gatwood, 05-09-2008 06:37:54  
A gallon should do a CA with plenty left over if it is good paint. I used a gallon and a quart to paint my D17 Series IV with PPG Omni. If your paint dealer can do it, have a few spray cans loaded with the paint you have mixed up to use for touch-up work. It was only $5 a can at my PPG dealer. Mike



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Gatwood

05-09-2008 08:17:14




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 Re: Painting my Allis CA in reply to Skyhighballoon(MO), 05-09-2008 08:01:07  
Thanks Mike, I was wondering if a gallon was way to much. Heck it seems like a couple quarts would be more than enough, but if you think a gallon is closer then so be it.

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Glenn F.

05-09-2008 10:02:02




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 Re: Painting my Allis CA in reply to Gatwood, 05-09-2008 08:17:14  
It depends how much of it goes into the air. If you have a HVLP gun and know what you're doing, two quarts would be enough.


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