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    Default YANMAR GREEN

    For years I have searched for the Yanmar green paint and gave up, after 30 some years of looking at dents,scratches and rust I finally decided that there had to be a paint produced that was close enough and there was GM Chevy Camaro paint code 43. This is a work in progress just thought I would share this.
    Richard
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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    Now that is some kinda pretty!

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    That is the first good solution to the problem I have ever seen. It looks more 'correct' for a tractor, to my eye, than the weathered color I see on my Yanmar today. It looks like you found the color they intended to use!

    I've seen a similar green, slightly lighter, on Kawaski motorcycles that might look good on these tractors too.

    And there was a Chrysler hemi green back in the day, that would be a close match.
    Last edited by California; 05-14-2010 at 01:28 PM.

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    This paint can be found at Automotivetouchup.com Touch Up Paint, Aerosol Spray Paint and Paint Touch Up Accessories. It is for 1970 Chevy paint code 43 for the base coat in a spray can, and the clear can be Duplicolor top coat. This is the quickest and easiest way without having to take a sample in and finding someone to mix it.

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    Very nice paint job ...I like the color green Matches a praying mantis LOL

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    With that paint job, it looks like a new tractor!
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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    Quote Originally Posted by winston1 View Post
    Now that is some kinda pretty!
    Can not improve on that comment.
    Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. Yoda

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    That looks very nice.

    Question, on my YM186D, which is red, the emblem on the front center says 'Yanmar Red'

    What does it say on the green ones?

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    Default Re: YANMAR GREEN

    The emblem does not say anything, it is a "Y" on chrome plastic w/ black and red background.

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