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Larry G

04-09-2003 15:31:13




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I have had several tractors painted with John Deere paint with hardner and the sheet metal done by a body shop using PPG bc/cc and the sheet metal is always a little lighter color especially in the sun. Can a person use the John Deere Acrylic enamel with hardner then clear coat over the top? Or, is it best to try and change tint on PPG base coat?




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Mike Luttrell

04-13-2003 19:09:59




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 Re: clear coat over Deere paint in reply to Larry G, 04-09-2003 15:31:13  
Mix Acrlic Enamel with hardner as manufacture sujest.
Mix clear with activator as manufacture sujest. Then mix the two together and paint we do it all the time (cars tractors boats and so on).



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Mike Luttrell

04-13-2003 19:07:08




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 Re: clear coat over Deere paint in reply to Larry G, 04-09-2003 15:31:13  
Mix Acrlic Enamel and hardner as manufacture sujest.
Mix clear and activator as manufacture sujest. Then mix the two together and paint we do it all the time (cars tractors boats and so on).



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Johnbob

04-12-2003 15:59:35




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 Re: clear coat over Deere paint in reply to Larry G, 04-09-2003 15:31:13  
Dupont says no to clear coat over paint with hardener.It will peel over time.



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Johnbob

04-12-2003 15:59:05




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 Re: clear coat over Deere paint in reply to Larry G, 04-09-2003 15:31:13  
Dupont says no to clear coat over paint with hardener.It will peel over time.



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