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patsdeere

02-03-2008 10:35:55




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I was wondering if anybody could tell me the best way to repaint the background to the CASE emblem on the nose cone and the color that should be used. I was thinking of trying to powder coat it, but don't know how well that would work considering I would have to avoid the letters. If I have to paint it, which is better brush or spray?

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JGarner

02-05-2008 05:48:57




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 Re: SC front emblem in reply to patsdeere, 02-03-2008 10:35:55  
Weren't these made from pewter, aluminum or stainless steel? I was thinking powder coat only works on ferrous(magnetic)metals. Anyone know on this one? I have only had steel/iron parts powder coated.



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SDLars

02-05-2008 20:07:01




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 Re: SC front emblem in reply to JGarner, 02-05-2008 05:48:57  
I'm nearly positive it's aluminum - the reason it buffs up so nicely.



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SDLars

02-04-2008 18:06:48




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 Re: SC front emblem in reply to patsdeere, 02-03-2008 10:35:55  
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I buffed mine like I would stainless steel, scuffed the part of the emblem to be painted, covered the entire emblem with masking tape, pushed the tape down firmly along the edges of the letters and whatever else needed to be covered up, then took a razor blade and cut the tape away from the areas to be painted. I primed it, and used Duplicolor Ford Royal Blue for the final coat. I gave it about three coats. Let it dry well, score the paint along the masking and take the tape off. I got the technique from a paint and body friend of mine. Worked well. Sounds more involved than it is.

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mole

02-03-2008 13:45:51




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 Re: SC front emblem in reply to patsdeere, 02-03-2008 10:35:55  
They are supposed to be a darker blue but mine are all black. I sprayed them and then took sandpaper and cleaned off the border and letters and finished with a fine paper to give it a cleaner look. I considered clear coating them but have not tried it. They still look good 10 years later.



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