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    Well I fabricated a new brush guard and had it powder coated and installed it today. I cut the curved pieces on my CNC plasma table and welded 2 round pipes and a small square pipe in between. It's solid and I am happy with the way it turned out.



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    Looks really nice! Excuse my ignorance but what kind of tractor is that?
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    That looks really good.

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    It is a 2009 Montana U4384. Thanks

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    Looks very nice - like it came with the tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmusser15 View Post
    It's solid and I am happy with the way it turned out. ]

    You should be happy. You did a great job.


    I have always just painted my projects. Is powder coating expensive? It sure produces a tough finish.

    If you damage the coating, can it be touched up with paint?

    Bill

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    You did a great job on that.
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    Nice but you should have added some wire mesh.

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    I have a pretty good source for powder coating and he treats me good as I have a cnc plasma cutting business and he gets all my projects that require powder coating. You can touch up with paint if you need to. I thought about the wire mesh afterwards too. I still may do it later and have the powder coat redone down the road or just build another one.

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    Very Nice!!!
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