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AZ Gary

04-25-2012 17:06:21




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How much primer and paint should it take to paint a case S tractor.




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JimEvans

04-25-2012 19:23:07




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 Re: Painting a S in reply to AZ Gary, 04-25-2012 17:06:21  
About 5 quarts to be safe.



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Bill talbert

04-25-2012 20:18:02




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 Re: Painting a S in reply to AZ Gary, 04-25-2012 17:06:21  
Gallon of epoxy primer sealer! Gallon of topcoat!! I use ppg omni line of sealer and paint! Paint is a urethane! It turns out with a wet look! Tons of shine! !!! Get tech sheets on the products!! Ease use a good respirator! !! Good luck



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bill talbert

04-25-2012 18:06:46




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 Re: Painting a S in reply to AZ Gary, 04-25-2012 17:06:21  
well that depends on what you are using for a paint gun!! depends on the preparation and varies alot on certian painters!!! two coats of epoxy primer should cover it real well!!!two overall top coats should look good!!!! and i do paint tractors so!!!!! !



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AZ Gary

04-25-2012 19:03:58




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 Re: Painting a S in reply to bill talbert, 04-25-2012 18:06:46  
I've never painted a full size tractor and I'm using an acrylic paint. So how much paint would you recommend I buy. I can get it mixed here locally so I can get more if needed. If I need a couple of quarts each then I suppose it would be cheaper by the gallon. I'm using a top feed gun.



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