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Paint code for wheel centers

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tj in ky

06-11-2020 09:31:14




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On an Allis Chalmers 175 (year 1977)For the Cream wheel centers the codes I have found are a PPG 8638 and 23056 from Rod NH site.or possibly a Ditzler 921091, My paint supplier says he can find nothing using those numbers. I was looking for PPG Omni numbers (MTK) as I have used that paint in the past with good results (ford Tractor) I will also post on Paint Forum.




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DrAllis

06-12-2020 16:28:55




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 Re: Paint code for wheel centers in reply to tj in ky, 06-11-2020 09:31:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see I can't help you with any paint codes, but I do want to tell you in late 1977 or so, the cream color was replaced with "new white" and the orange color became "corporate orange", instead of Persian orange #2.



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tj in ky

06-13-2020 08:17:20




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 Re: Paint code for wheel centers in reply to DrAllis, 06-12-2020 16:28:55  
That is good information to have. The guy I was talking to on phone said he could not find any of the numbers. Went there in person yesterday and it was his off day and another person helped me out (lucky for me). He pulled out a book with color swatches and came up with the same number I had and said he would call PPG library and get a formula. The numbers were for laquer based paint but PPG could come upon with a formula to replace with new paint technology. Here is the number they came up with. PPG Omni #2777 OEM Code 60,WA5236,WEA5236. It looks very close to what I had on the tractor. thanks for the information.

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