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    Posted: 16 Apr 2024 at 7:44pm
found this with punching in one of the numbers. Has some color swatches:

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Like them all, but love the "B"s.
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I would have used Agco paint if I had a dealer handy. I painted some Oliver parts a few years ago with Agco paint and it was some of the best paint I have ever used. I do bodywork and my paint supplier came up the 60856 number for Omni and that is what I am using. Thanks
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I wonder what the number would be for Corporate Orange?
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A 7020 (and all tractors built from late 1977 til ??   were called "Corporate Orange" and that color ain't listed there, It is different than either of the Persian Orange colors.
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I have a late 7020 and I took a stab and had the 60691 mixed for it. It is definitly not it. It is even too yellow I think for Persian #1. My paint supplier is tinting it to match the underside of a panel that still looks new.
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As listed in the original post, the NAPA # is 3723L99.  They don't recognize this number?
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Does anyone have any updated NAPA #'s for 
PO#1  Working on my 45.  My NAPA stores doesn't recognize the #'s listed above  Thanks
 
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Since no one has answered, I will take a stab. Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe the 8000 series used the "Tractor and Equipment Orange". 

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Allis Chalmers Cream---------------------------------    8638
Allis Chalmers Cream (Beige) - Trim Color-----------    23056
Allis Chalmers Earth Removing Equipment Yellow----    81233
Allis Chalmers Earth Removing Equipment Yellow----    81611
Allis Chalmers Earth Removing Equipment Yellow----    81985
Allis Chalmers Lift Truck Yellow-----------------------    81475
Allis Chalmers Persian Orange (Persian #1, so called)- 60080
Allis Chalmers Persian Orange (Persian #2, so called)- 60396
Allis Chalmers Orange--------------------------------    60691
Allis Chalmers Tractor & Equipment Orange----------    60856
Allis Chalmers Yellow----------------------------------   81330
Allis Chalmers Yellow---------------------------------    81960
Allis Chalmers Yellow---------------------------------    82373
Allis Chalmers Yellow----------------------------------    82630
Allis Chalmers Black-----------------------------------    9000
Allis Chalmers Black-----------------------------------    9300
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Does anyone know the correct paint codes for the 8000 series  orange ? white ? black? in probably  ppg ?
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Originally posted by 4BA_D-17 4BA_D-17 wrote:

Does anyone know where you can get the cloth webbing that goes under the fuel tank, the tank strap , and the hood panels for the D series?

 I went to Jo-Ann fabrics with the wife and picked up cotton webbing for my WC's gas tank. Way cheaper than buying a cut piece from a 'supplier' Wink an d I had some left over.
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Does anyone know where you can get the cloth webbing that goes under the fuel tank, the tank strap , and the hood panels for the D series?
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Have you tried getting Valspar paint from an AGCO dealer? I just got 4 quarts of Persian Orange for about $160. 

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Meijer had (9/13/2019) 12oz rattle cans of Rust-oleum Painter's Touch 2X Ultra Cover Gloss Real Orange on sale two for $4.50.  When I tried it out, it seemed to have a nice pumpkin orange color - I just hope it doesn't fade to pink on my 1951 CA.  I'm trying to find out if Lowes will mix it in gallon cans.

I could only find one place that would quote mixing the Persian Orange #1 paint (using formulation given above) - that was KOI Auto Parts (Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana).  $359/gallon, $111/quart and $30/rattle can + sales tax.  That's too much $ for me.
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This is a 'sticky' in the Farm Equipment -Knowledge Base.  This is a place to find IMPORTANT things that get asked questions about all the time.  It is just that, a "Knowledge Base".  You will want to go into the Construction and other equipment and ask your question.  The guys in there know their stuff!!  Hope this helps.
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An old post.  Which of those earth moving colors would be correct for a 1965 HD6? 
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anyone know a code for the maroon used on 7000 series? We are having a local paint store mix it up, but would sure make it easier if we had a recipe to ensure it's correct! Thanks!
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What's the paint code for corporate orange?
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What year did they change from Persian 1 to Persian 2?
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What is the correct yellow for the "B" Series L&G Tractors..ie B10..BIG TEN etc.
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Lots of good info there Ted. I am repainting a 1979 8550 and have the orange and cream colors from a part # and name from Cloverdale Paints. Enamel and seems to go on pretty nice although it is pretty thin and needs several coats. I am just prepping the cab roof for paint and it appears to be white as opposed to the cast wheel centers that are cream. Is it white because it is faded from 38 years of sun? Or is it supposed to be cream or beige like the wheels? TIA. A picture of my last paint job in November- 1983 8070
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I went with a grey base, the pigment is pretty heavy. I tried it on some plexy glass, it covered well with one coat. I am sending a sample to Jet Hot to have my manifold thermal ceramic coated to match inside and out. You can't buy a new one and it will absorb less heat also improving incoming air density. I have the original data tag and manifold in really nice condition.
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You would not believe how transparent most auto paint orange and yellows are. Over different color primers, Example, Red verses Gray, you would swear the finish coats are different colors out of the same can.
   Just as a test spray a clear pane of glass with any AC orange and see how many coats of color it takes to completely block out sunshine.
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It scoped out with a Sherwin Williams pre mix color exactly, I bought the GS series single stage and some epoxy primer to go under. I would imagine that the PPG code matches the Sherwin code, either way I smeared a dab on the inside of the grille and it is an exact match. Just a lot shinier gloss of course over the lead base or lacquer they used, not sure what the original base composition was but it sure was tough paint to hold up to 75 years of weather and dirt work.
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I would not waste any time and money looking for a clean spot of paint on a 1938 B thinking if I could match it perfect it would be the exact color orange this B was when new. Your dreaming.
The accepted PO#1 for a long long time has been what you get when you mixed single stage PPG Omni using the PPG formula #60080. Match a sprayout or a part recently painted with PPG 60080 and be happy Jonny with what you got using what ever paint brand or type that floats your boat and pocket book.
To me the correct color orange is everything anybody sees. In your case match PPG 60080.     Hershal Adams and Vansikle PO#1 come awefull close ready mixed
   

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I am having Sherwin Williams auto paying scan and match the inner part of thr grille, the paint looked pretty good as no sun or grease got to it. I was stunned at the cost of the GC industrial paint, it is top quality but WOW.
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