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GWGAllisfan

Started on B-110 refurbish

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GWGAllisfan
In a previous post I told the story of my latest acquisition, a backyard fresh, B-110. While it looked really good from 10-15 feet away, as I began to disassemble and clean it, It became clear that at least some re-paint was in order. So as i go through this I will post some of the story, hopefully for your enjoyment, maybe amusement:D, but hopefully not by way of example what not to do! After a couple of weekends of unbolting incredibly filthy parts, finally today I was able to get out the sander, and the wire wheel on the angle grinder, go out in the yard and start cleaning off old paint and rust. Tonight I have this:
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Paint is ACE rust stop, Cat yellow, several thin coats The seat pan has the paint off of it, but I need to get some rust converter before I paint it.
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I'll keep posting as I go along...Getting time to work is a problem, especially this time of year.

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FastPaul
Looking good Randy !! Looks like you got your ambition going in the right direction . Keep up the good work, I'm a little behind in my tractor projects so far. I still haven't even gotten the winter fleet ready yet :O Soon though :D I'm almost caught up Thanks for the pics.

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D-17_Dave
Looks real nice so far. Makes me wish I had some shop time on my tractors. On a side note I did get some new rear tires for my D-17 on this week and did several hrs of bush hogging getting the fence lines cleaned up for the year. Boy they sure don't give those away.

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