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A odd color for a CASE part.

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1370rod

03-05-2015 06:11:58




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This morning while unpacking parts I find this. Most of the paint will not last long on this exhaust elbow. But maybe will should tell those guys over seas not all US tractor are green. Rod.




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Den N Ms

03-05-2015 21:51:51




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 Re: A odd color for a CASE part. in reply to 1370rod, 03-05-2015 06:11:58  
Yep, another part from the land of almost right LOL



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1370 pwr in ne

03-05-2015 18:08:18




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 Re: A odd color for a CASE part. in reply to 1370rod, 03-05-2015 06:11:58  
OMG!That just isn't right.LOL!Probably added to the cost of it too.They for sure need a phone call.



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casecollectorsc

03-05-2015 06:35:30




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 Re: A odd color for a CASE part. in reply to 1370rod, 03-05-2015 06:11:58  
Yep, most of it will burn off, but I still would have to repaint it before installation.



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Christopher Mikesell

03-05-2015 14:52:33




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 Re: A odd color for a CASE part. in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-05-2015 06:35:30  
Even if it were flambeau, I would blast it and paint it with high-heat enamel, or ceramic high-heat paint.



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casenut1

03-05-2015 06:32:16




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 Re: A odd color for a CASE part. in reply to 1370rod, 03-05-2015 06:11:58  
At least they could of used the correct shade of green. CASE is dark green.



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