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  • #16
    Re: Ridgid orange paint

    Originally posted by BadgerDave View Post
    But Dan, one of the nicest features of the TS2400 is its ease of mobility from one location to the next.

    Yeah Dan, BD has a good point!!

    Can't you just throw a rope around that puppy and take her in tow behind the pickup truck?

    CWS

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    • #17
      Re: Ridgid orange paint

      Originally posted by CWSmith View Post
      Yeah Dan, BD has a good point!!

      Can't you just throw a rope around that puppy and take her in tow behind the pickup truck?

      CWS

      LOL - I can visualize that. Too funny!!

      Josh, all I can tell ya is if you come across a close out of Valspar spray paint the color is Harvest Orange. The odd, dark gray I got close to with an off-brand flat black (a cheapie) and I can't recall where I bought it so I'm nt much help. Try some of the $1 cans in flat black and you might just accidentally luck into one that doesn't have enough black pigment. It's pretty subtle.

      BTW, what web address do I have to add to my mailbox to start getting these thread updates again? Ever since I changed ISP's I'm getting nothing from any of the forums.

      Later,
      Chiz

      PS: Hey, I just recalled that I got a quart of brush-on American Traditions at Lowe's that matches the machine orange pretty closely. I don't have a name because it was an accidetal match. I had paint mixed when I was building the shop and didn't even have the saw. The top half of the OSB walls is gloss white and the bottom half is Sunoco blue. The top and bottom are separated by a yellow stripe and an orange stripe. My buddy saw it and called it a Suoco station. No taste, obviously - LOL!
      Last edited by ironhat; 02-28-2007, 04:16 PM. Reason: additional info
      Later,
      Chiz
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      • #18
        Re: Ridgid orange paint

        I don't mean to be fixated on this orange paint issue... but, I am - LOL! I also thought that I'd keep all this info on one thread and maybe save someone some effort on future searches. I found some Krylon H2O spray cans at Ollies (kind of like Big Lots) the other day in Mandarine Orange. It's called H2O because it's a latex so I'm just not sure of the durability factor but, then again, how durable does it have to be?
        Later,
        Chiz
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