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Re: paint tractor help

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Ron Mason

11-11-2002 14:38:15




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Randy:

Get a scotch brite pad for your electric drill. It's a big black round pad and it takes everything off fast. Ace hardware has AC Orange in quarts and spray cans (John Deere colors too). A coat of rustoleum primer will really make it last!




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Jodie

11-12-2002 18:03:43




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 Re: Re: paint tractor help in reply to Ron Mason, 11-11-2002 14:38:15  
We had the local Ace Hardware run a match on the DuPont persian orange. It is very close to the color but affordable. They have the color code in our file there and I will be glad to contract them for it if you are interested.



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Justin

11-11-2002 20:37:06




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 Re: Re: paint tractor help in reply to Ron Mason, 11-11-2002 14:38:15  
Another note. Persian Orange is the color for the A-C. Most farm stores or hardware stores have it. Also Wire brushes work good to get the stuff of as well as chisels.

Justin



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chalmersbob

11-12-2002 16:53:48




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 Re: Re: Re: paint tractor help in reply to Justin, 11-11-2002 20:37:06  
I FOUND MOST FARM STORES TO HAVE CORPORATE ORANGE. WHO HAS PERSIAN ORANGE WITHOUT SPECIAL MIX



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chalmersbob

11-12-2002 16:53:41




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 Re: Re: Re: paint tractor help in reply to Justin, 11-11-2002 20:37:06  
I FOUND MOST FARM STORES TO HAVE CORPORATE ORANGE. WHO HAS PERSIAN ORANGE WITHOUT SPECIAL MIX



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Butch (OH)

11-13-2002 07:53:17




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: paint tractor help in reply to chalmersbob, 11-12-2002 16:53:41  
Bob, There are three oranges. Commonly called Persian 1, Persian 2 and the corporate. The change from #1 to #2 was about 1960 with the D-15 and series 2 D-17. Since Quality Farm and Fleet went under there is no economy paint that I know of that matches the #1 color. In PPG Ditzler Delstar enamel the number for number 1 persian is DAR60080 'bout $100 a gallon where you still can get it (VOC regs). PPG's replacement in a VOC compliant paint is Omni MTK60080 but due to pigment changes it comes out about halfway between the #1 and 2 colors.

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