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    JD Spray paint?

    Is there any aftermarket paints that match the JD green...krylon, rustoleum...ect, or got with the factory spray from a dealer? Lowes has a couple different brands that are around $5 a can where JD has them for $20 a can. I made some bolt on hooks for my bucket and want to spray them before installation.

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    Krylon and rustoleum both make that color, Walmart sells the Krylon stuff. None will spray as nice, match as good, or be as durable as the JD brand, but it is cheaper. FYI the JD stuff is about $12 here. TSC carries it in the Majik brand, but there are lots of bad reviews on that stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Krylon and rustoleum both make that color, Walmart sells the Krylon stuff. None will spray as nice, match as good, or be as durable as the JD brand, but it is cheaper. FYI the JD stuff is about $12 here. TSC carries it in the Majik brand, but there are lots of bad reviews on that stuff.
    I agree with Kenny here. I usually buy the paint from the dealer. It sprays very good and it's obviously a dead-on match. The few dollars that makes the difference isn't worth the headache of a bad looking paint job. When I repaint implements and need a few cans, I've used the Rust-oleum with pretty good results as well.
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    I agree with Jason and Kenny...


    The JD paint will match and seems to be harder. It definitely wont chalk as fast. I believe Valspar makes the JD oem paint, so if you can find that brand, it should be the same as JD except not quite as expensive.

    If I have a big area to paint, then I think its worth using the batch JD or Valspar paint (qt. or gallon container) . Mixing in the thinner and hardner for a HVLP gun. I have found doing this will maximize a paint job...as the paint will be even harder and chalk resistive and look almost factory.
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    I got a can from JD, it was only $9.86, I thought the guy on the phone said $19.86.
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    I bought some at ACE hardware (ACE brand) that matches my 5055E EXACTLY and sprays fine.

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    The last two JD rattle cans I bought (buff primer, medium gloss black) were under $8 a can.
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    If all you are doing is hooks, I would use Rustoleum brand in JD green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    If all you are doing is hooks, I would use Rustoleum brand in JD green.
    That's what I used and my hooks matched perfectly.

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    I used the Valspar and John Deere green paints on my 120. I could not tell a difference in coverage. I have used other brands of yellow on a quick deck refresh on the RF 110 I owned for a while but it did not cover like the Deere yellow I used on the 120. A this point I am going to stick with the Deere stuff as I am happy with the results.
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