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10-20 Color

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Tony

08-11-2001 07:35:53




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Probable asked a thousand times but... I need to know. Is a 10-20 gray or green? Mine is a 1928 and does not have a hint of gray.




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Tony

08-12-2001 06:55:35




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 Re: 10-20 Color in reply to Tony, 08-11-2001 07:35:53  
Gray it is. Thanks for the input.



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Lyle Oakes

08-11-2001 19:46:06




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 Re: 10-20 Color in reply to Tony, 08-11-2001 07:35:53  
Tony, the paint for the gray is Dupont #27625 and the red for the wheels is Dupont #7410. You can take these numbers to most any auto parts like Napa and they can cross these numbers to their paint usually cheaper than Dupont. This is a real dark Gray.



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Cliff Neubauer

08-11-2001 16:20:30




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 Re: 10-20 Color in reply to Tony, 08-11-2001 07:35:53  
I don't conider using paint different than what was used at the factory not an original restoration, if that was the case it would be impossible to do a correct restoration becauset the original paints contained lead and are no longer made.



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Bill Smith

08-11-2001 13:36:22




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 Re: 10-20 Color in reply to Tony, 08-11-2001 07:35:53  
I would say that it should be a darker gray and not green. Alot of people call it battleship gray. I am not sure of the actuall color code. I am sure there is some varience in the color people paint these old gray tractors. With the fadeing from the sun and so on, I am sure that if it is a little off it will be passable as original color. Even your red paints will do a little fadeing and have a little bit of an orangey shade to them. I have seen darker and lighter reds and no one seems to put any question on their looks. If you think it has to be perfect to show your wrong. Alot of people show tractors that have paint hardener added to the finish and that certainly isn't original.

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Dick (IL)

08-11-2001 11:40:43




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 Re: 10-20 Color in reply to Tony, 08-11-2001 07:35:53  
Dark gray



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