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farmer656

01-10-2019 16:45:45




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I am fixen to paint my 706,, I have a friend who paints for a living an does remarkable work, he paints show cars, he is going to repaint the sheet metal for me and suggested a urethane paint for durability and lasting shine, anyone ever use urethane , suggestions please




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300jk

01-11-2019 15:11:21




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
Only way to go. I painted a bunch of tractors and implements starting back in the early 90's. Dad bought all kinds of paint. 2 years ago I painted our cat 307 excavator with urethane from Sherwin Williams. It was an awesome product, and really durable. From now on any tractor or equipment I paint will be with urethane. Definitely worth the money.



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yakob

01-11-2019 12:50:08




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
Urethane is what I consider to be *true* automotive grade paint. It also comes with a significant step up in danger due to it having a lot of isocyanate in it. If you are willing to pay and he has the proper setup to spray it safely, it is a great choice.

Let us know what brand paint and codes you use and post some pics after!



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farmer656

01-11-2019 13:43:38




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to yakob, 01-11-2019 12:50:08  
thank everyone for their input, I will have before and after pics, Once again thank you



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gab

01-10-2019 20:21:52




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
My Super C is urethane, painted in about 1992.



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Duner Wi

01-10-2019 20:08:50




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
"suggestions please" Go with what your friend recommends.
Urethane is great.



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Whiskey Bent

01-10-2019 18:56:57




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
Single stage urathane is what I would recommend. To me clear doesn’t look right on a tractor. If it’s a working tractor then maybe polyurethane. It’s a little tougher to chip. I used polyurethane on my pulling tractor and it amazing how well it’s held up.



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DeltaRed

01-10-2019 18:13:53




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
Just shut up and let him do it.LOL He knows what he is doing.



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rustred

01-10-2019 17:25:25




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 Re: 706 paint in reply to farmer656, 01-10-2019 16:45:45  
You will have one hell of a paint job. Its a tough paint and expensive. Its not just the ihc enamel paint. Let him do it as its not for beginners plus need proper ppe



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