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Rattle Can Paint Job: Part 4 – Finishing Up

In Part 3 we finished primed and painted. Next, we must reassemble our Kubota and apply fresh decals. Reassembly After your final coat has been applied allow the fenders, hood and dash to air dry for several hours. This will allow the paint to harden to a degree that handling won’t leave fingerprint marks. Keeping [...]

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Rattle Can Paint Job: Part 3 – Fenders, Hood and Dash

This is the third article in a series that covers off some methods to prep and paint your Kubota tractor. Before reading this part, consider Part 1 and Part 2 if you have not yet read them. Dismantle Fenders and Hood The next step in the weekend overhaul of your Kubota tractor is to further [...]

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Rattle Can Paint Job: Kubota L2000 Restoration

Hello, Mr. K here! We’ll take a small detour from our latest discussion on how readers at home can paint their own Kubotas, to show off some of the work we have performed lately. Rattle Can Style This is a JDM (Japanese Domestic Market or gray market) Kubota L2000 that we recently painted “rattle can [...]

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Rattle Can Paint Job: Part 2 – Frame, Engine, Transmission & Wheels

This is the second article in a series where we discuss how to restore the paint on your favorite orange tractor. If you have not already done so, have a look at Part 1 which covers off tractor prep work and the proper technique when using a spray can. Painting the Chassis You will not [...]

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Rattle Can Paint Job: Part 1 – Tractor Prep & Proper Technique

Forward by Mr. K: This is the first in a four part series where we cover how to improve the cosmetics of your sun-faded Kubota. We take you through the stages from cleaning and prep to priming, painting and installing fresh decals. You will need to know Kubota’s paint part numbers and which type of [...]

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Paint Reducers and Kubota Paint

This is a quick post that covers off what reducers can be used when Kubota paint is being applied using a paint sprayer and not in a spray can. Adding a reducer makes the paint flow through the spray tubing and gun easier and also, depending on the type of reducer, can control how fast [...]

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Kubota Paint – Part Numbers, Where to Apply and How Much

In this article we take a look at the correct part numbers for authentic Kubota paint, how much paint you might need for an average sized project and which parts of your Kubota are painted which color. This information is very handy if you ever want to tackle a bit of a restoration on sun-faded pair of [...]

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