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hardpan

01-25-2015 09:41:09




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Just an alert: Stopped in at Tractor Supply here in North Texas to pick up a rattle can of Ford Grey paint to touch up my stack trailer. Oh My -they changed paint supplier or something. All the International red, Ford grey etc were gone, replaced by generic colors. Might as well go to Walmart. You might want to check if your in the middle of touching something up




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Tim Daley(MI)

01-26-2015 04:12:45




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to hardpan, 01-25-2015 09:41:09  
YEP! TSC switched suppliers a few years ago from VALSPAR to the cheaper, watered down MAJIC brand which is junk in my opinion. I use the TISCO IH RED and FORD MEDIUM GREY, available at a local tractor yard. Just8Ns sells TISCO too. When I restore my 8N I'll spring for better paint.

Tim Daley(MI)

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Texasmark1

01-26-2015 06:16:56




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Tim Daley(MI), 01-26-2015 04:12:45  
Last time I bought TISCO paint for a JD tractor, the yellow was more gold than canary yellow. Green was ok.

Mark



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Michaels Dad

01-26-2015 04:28:18




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Tim Daley(MI), 01-26-2015 04:12:45  
Stopped in the Castroville Texas store yesterday.

Thought I was in a Macy's clothing store.



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Texasmark1

01-26-2015 06:15:23




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Michaels Dad, 01-26-2015 04:28:18  
What's going on with the old Moye Military School property these days?

Thanks,
Mark



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Michaels Dad

01-26-2015 07:11:35




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Texasmark1, 01-26-2015 06:15:23  
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I have no idea it even existed, had to google it to find out what it was.

I never stop in town, just TSC on my way to Utopia from Pasadena.



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Texasmark1

01-28-2015 06:52:19




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Michaels Dad, 01-26-2015 07:11:35  
I grew up in Pasadena.



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Michaels Dad

01-28-2015 07:07:57




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Texasmark1, 01-28-2015 06:52:19  
I split my time between Pasadena and Utopia.



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Norm43

01-25-2015 11:49:35




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to hardpan, 01-25-2015 09:41:09  
I noticed that yesterday at my TSC out here in Utah when I went in to get a rubber o-ring and an oil filter, and when I walked around and checked they had part of one short isle of tractor parts and then just general stuff. I ask the person at the information desk where they kept O-Rings and he didn't even know what it was. I talked to the manager on duty and was told they are experimenting with what sells and removing things all the time. I told him to change the name of the store because it was no longer a Tractor Supply Company. I can get all the pet food and fancy clothes at lots of stores and mostly cheaper as well. He agreed with me and blamed the corporation. (no responsibility on his part, just a job!)

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JTWAT

01-26-2015 16:44:18




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 Re: Tractor Supply Paint in reply to Norm43, 01-25-2015 11:49:35  
I just finished painting my Ford 5000 and needed to touch up a few places. The rattle can color does not match the quart size paint colors. (Majik Paint)
Wont use it again.



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