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SC PPG Rim Paint Code

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Ken Christopher

11-06-2007 06:01:18




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Does anyone know of a good color to paint SC rims from PPG's Omni single stage line? I am going to use # 71282 for the flambeau red, but can't get any leads on the rim color in PPG.

Also, I have a Case magneto. Took it off the tractor to do the restoratio. When I removed it worked fine. Now, if I try to find #1, no matter which wire I use, it seems to show a weak spark then a strong spark every other time the impulse clicks over. Am I doing something wrong or is my magneto mysteriously bad? I also had it re-done about 2 years ago and probably don't even have 250 hours on it.

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SDLars

11-06-2007 07:04:54




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 Re: SC PPG Rim Paint Code in reply to Ken Christopherson, 11-06-2007 06:01:18  
I have a note saying that Omni 8568 is great for wheels. I haven't used it personally but got the information from someone on this forum. He had photos of his tractor done in that paint and it looked great.



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ree515

11-06-2007 06:56:45




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 Re: SC PPG Rim Paint Code in reply to Ken Christopherson, 11-06-2007 06:01:18  
have you check the condensor i could not get the case i just bought running and it finally can out to be the condensor



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