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  • Sherwin-Williams Epoxy Primer - w/pic

    I've never used much of SW's products mainly because of the availability of Dupont and it's use in the auto industry. I was pleasantly surprised to find that SW's DTM (Direct To Metal) epoxy primer PSE2110 (Grey) to be a very good primer. It sprays well and has excellent coverage.

    I used 8ozs. of primer and 8ozs. of reducer plus 1.5ozs. of activator for a total spayable mix of 17.5ozs. to spay the items in the picture. One coat was used with total color holdout.

    I got the primer package on clearance because I was "just painting tractor parts" but this is nice paint! It leaves a nice velvet-smooth finish in semi-matte.

    This is expensive stuff if you buy it retail ($200+ for the gallon package) but if you can find a clearance sale, you can save 75% or more. Or find someone that just bought a gallon.

    Kenbota FEL frame:

    [This message has been edited by CCWKen (edited 10-10-2005).]

  • #2
    Very nice Ken. Is the upper pipe portion detachable?


    • #3
      The round tub on the FEL frame is part of my ROPS. It's welded to the uprights. With the FEL mounted on the tractor, the top bar is only about 6 1/2 feet high. Plenty of clearance for my use--The barn has 10' doors.

      Just came in for lunch. Shooting color today! Later...


      • #4
        I asked because I was wondering if you allowed for clarence - you have, 6.5' should work for most doors.