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Thanks guys, I like the Cat. Yellow, specifically from the linked supplier, because it covers and holds up really well. At $4.99 a can, I can do a whole machine with two or three cans. It also seems to be a good winter paint. Both of my B, allis paint jobs were done in my non-heated garage. Of course, I keep the paint in a heated area, so it will still spray. [url]http://www.tractordecal.com/[/url]

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