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The first pointer is this page:
Anyone needs a good grip on what this page says to understand the paint decisions.
For example, decision 169 says the Cub-22 mower is all blue but follows with ". . . parts not mentioned . . . as heretofore." So the hard part is determining the heretofores. If you go back to #61 you find the board ochre and the pitman and grass stick varnished. There may be an intermediate that changed the varnished to ochre, but I didn't spot it.
That is the kind of look required for any specific implement. I'm not about to go through all the decisions looking for anything that might apply to a Cub implement.
If you want to look at paint decisions for more to add to your server, that is the kind of trail you need to follow.
I still can't guess what color the yellow ones are?? I have seen 'federal yellow', does that mean I can 'borrow' some paint from the school bus folks?
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
Will try to get the NASON cross ref number for you tonight. That one will then cross over to the Dupont, Centari, PPG and SW paint codes I think.
Hang in there k?
Wow, look at all the personal protective equipement the operator's wearing...
Well, at least he's got on a jumpsuit - but nowadays he'd have at least a respirator if not something with a faceshield as well!
But, according to the picture, it is all black and white. Or, at least, shades of gray and black.
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