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Kansas kirk.

10-30-2011 14:00:23

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2670 Case has rust spot's on bottom of door sill's, access cover on back of hood..
hinge's on left door rusty too from sitting out.
different place's around sill's inside too.
I guess I could use a wire wheel on a cordless drill to clean off the rust spot's. then shoot it with primer, and then shoot it with finish color.
and buff out.

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j hikemper

10-30-2011 22:21:23

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 Re: cleaning rust. in reply to Kansas kirk., 10-30-2011 14:00:23  
you do what you think is best for your tractor/ but, for rusty equipment , the cheapest way i found that LASTS ,, is to put old engine oil on the rusty areas ,, it will stop rust rite now ,, let that oil cook into the steel for a season in the hot sun , when and if you are ready to paint ,wash and sand off,clean with gas soaked cloth ,,

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10-30-2011 18:23:22

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 Re: cleaning rust. in reply to Kansas kirk., 10-30-2011 14:00:23  
this subject comes up every week and one of the products used to convert rust is OSPHO. works good and cheaper than most. all grease, oil and heavy rust scale must be removed first. then follow the directions and you'll be surprised how well it turns out. ANY live rust left from any method used will resurface in a short time............good luck!

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