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09-02-2002 07:09 AM
Madd Syntst Also, buy the paint at places like Tractor Supply or a Farm Equipment store. It's cheaper and made to be durable.
08-31-2002 04:27 PM
jwcnj45 The epoxy paint should hold up the best for the type of use you plan on. Use an epoxy primer compatable with the top coat you choose.
08-31-2002 01:24 PM
Tbvck
Paint to use?

Iam going to be doing a lot of Industrial equipment painting (tractors,forklifts etc).Would anyone know what kind of paint(acrylic,epoxy,urethanes etc)I should use,I would like a tuff yet sharp looking finish? What kind of primer would be best?Thanks

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