Using Eastwood hi-temp engine paint on a tractor ??

Posted: November 21, 2010 By: John Cassidy

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    John Cassidy

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    Hello,

    I’m restoring a 1964 Ford 2000 tractor and will soon be ready to paint it. I plan to have the sheet metal power coated. But, I don’t have a spray booth or equipment so am looking for a “brush paint” that will do a nice job on the engine/trans/rear end. I’ve used your hi-temp engine paint in the past and loved it. I recall it “self-leveled” very well and you couldn’t see any brush marks when it dried.

    How well do you think it would work (brushed) for my application ? I’m sure it’s fuel resistance is good but what about UV protection and chip protection ? Also, it was hi-gloss as I remember – do you offer that paint in a satin ?

    Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    John.

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