yes. you can get real good paint at www.eastwoodcompany.com , they have a cast color, stainless, silver or black. i bought the stainless color and it is very good, but expensive. a little covers a lot of area.
Re: Re: Re: Do you need High Heat paint for the exhaust manifold on a 180 Diesel? in reply to Mike, 04-11-2002 09:24:14
While the tractor is Persian Orange, the exhaust manifold is not. Exhaust manifolds are either original or black. Actully don't remember any that were painted, although I understand your desire to do so for looks, but Orange- no.
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