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Starting to look like a PowerMax 9020

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I'm using Sherwin Williams acrylic enamel with hardener matched to factory paint for the orange. The black & white are industrial grade acrylic enamel with hardener. Cost is $1500 which includes the front end loader, decals, hardware, seals, numerous bushings & bearings. About 250 hours but we won’t count those. Take care, and Happy New Year.

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