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BPS Paint

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JT

04-09-2003 14:37:49




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Tractor Supply Company recommends BPS paint to paint the gray on my 8N. Has anyone had good results using this paint with a spray gun? I hope so. Its only $19.99 per gallon. I'm getting a free job with the local high school shop.




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souNdguy

04-10-2003 10:59:42




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
I tried the BPS, and had mixed results. I used the quart red, and the spray can grey. I liked the grey. The red I didn't like at all... Ended up using a sherwan williams red ..fe505.. or something weird like that... Not quite as orange as the BPS ford red.

I will mention that I do put wax on my tractors. I picked up this soy based wax at (gasp! ) a JD dealership, and it is great... It is sopposed to be specifically for ag/farm equip.
I painted my 8n back in.. oh..september or october.., and water still beads like crazy, and dust can be blown off. Grease doesn't even stick.

Soundguy

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rich,NJ

04-09-2003 19:29:36




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
BPS ?? (Best Paint sold) I haven't seen it in years , I thought that they went out of business years ago. It used to be a good brand, Today??? who knows what's good anymore. Keep us up to date on this. Rich



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Fessman

04-09-2003 16:45:14




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
I've used some aerosol paint on the beat up implements. On the mower deck the green paint seemed to match well, but now a year latter it is a much different shade of green. I also painted the weight barrel (ford engine) red. One year latter it was all chalked over. Paint may be something you don't want to buy on price.

Fessman



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MickPB

04-09-2003 15:46:18




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
JT, everything is relative. My 12v conversion and radiator replacement turned into a paint job. It was very cold out so I thought the Krylon would do and dry quickly. I wanted paint that dried fast and stopped rust. What I didn't realize was the gasoline washes Krylon off instantly. I went to Orschlein's and bought their store brand which is 1000% improvement over Krylon. I don't know about BPS but the stuff from Orschlein is a lot more scratch resistant and seems to be impervious to gas. It also smells more like real paint than lacquer. Also, be careful with the additives. Read the label and look at the MSDS information. Anything that has cyanide (Isocyanate) in it doesn't sound healthy to me.
FWIW

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Fessman

04-09-2003 16:39:37




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 Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to MickPB, 04-09-2003 15:46:18  
Mick,

Krylon has all different formula paints. Some more gas and oil resistant. Some more ozone resistant. Some fast drying.... I will find a chart that highlights the characteristics of each, and post it.

Fessman



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DM

04-09-2003 15:42:49




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
I bought a gallon and 6 spray cans of BPS 'Ford Gray'for my 2N online. It is closer to white than gray so be careful. I ended up using Tisco and couldnt be happier. Hope this helps.
Dave



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Dell (WA)

04-09-2003 15:00:32




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
JT..........ya getts what ya pays fer. $20 gallon paint is cheap stuff. Good quality, long lasting paint paint gonna be close to $100 gal. If you decide that $20 paint is good enuff for you, then at least get the appropriate "hardner" and "ultra-violet" inhibitors.

OR........ask the paintshop teacher what he recommends..........Dell, the 20/20 painter



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2n46pa

04-09-2003 16:07:07




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 Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to Dell (WA), 04-09-2003 15:00:32  
speech impediment problems there Dell or are you just trying to be cool with the southern hillbilly ebonics language you use. I urge you and others to use the standard English language in future posts.



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moonlite

04-09-2003 16:56:54




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 Re: Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to 2n46pa, 04-09-2003 16:07:07  
Apparently he is a tractor expert and tries to mask his more formal language skills to make us feel confortable



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Don C

04-09-2003 16:18:01




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 Re: Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to 2n46pa, 04-09-2003 16:07:07  
Do you have a problem with southerners, hilliebies, or eboneies.



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klf

04-09-2003 16:02:34




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 Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to Dell (WA), 04-09-2003 15:00:32  
What is a "20/20 painter"?



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2020

04-09-2003 19:38:28




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 Re: Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to klf, 04-09-2003 16:02:34  
twenty feet away at 20 miles an hour, it looks good.

50 /50 painters arent real good, if you catch my drift.
Truck
(Who does 20/20 jobs on working tractors.....)



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hind sight is 20/20.................................swavo

04-09-2003 17:52:19




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 Re: Re: Re: BPS Paint in reply to klf, 04-09-2003 16:02:34  
my geuss would be that one has learned by a previous action...hope that helps y'all
mike



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Bguy

04-09-2003 14:55:46




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 Re: BPS Paint in reply to JT, 04-09-2003 14:37:49  
JT, Unfortunately the BPS paint does not hold up well at all. I used some of this paint a few years ago and the color changed pretty quick. Last weekend I was looking at a JD green implement I painted a couple years ago and it's as blue as a smurf. I have heard many people have problems with this paint and the only good thing positive I have heard about it is that it is cheap. I would recommend going to a local auto paint store and getting a little bit better paint.

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