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Epoxy is hard to work with. It doesn't like being thinned sufficiently for spraying a nice even coat with an HVLP sprayer. When it dries, it is hard to sand. For that kind of money, I would go with an automotive type single-stage acrylic urethane.

Just my :twocents-02cents:

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I have to say :text-yeahthat:but not because of my knowledge of paints which is pretty much nonexistent. It's because I've seen Bob's tractors and it's obvious that he knows paint. I was thinking it would be better because it would be tougher.

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On 6/26/2017 at 4:01 PM, Racinbob said:

I have to say :text-yeahthat:but not because of my knowledge of paints which is pretty much nonexistent. It's because I've seen Bob's tractors and it's obvious that he knows paint. I was thinking it would be better because it would be tougher.

Probably good for implements and parts that take a beating.  Hard to finish smooth though, for hoods...fenders....etc.

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