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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Cub Cadet Yellow, 1 qt.

SKU: 104679299
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Cub Cadet Yellow, 1 qt.
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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel is a durable, heavy-duty alkyd enamel specially formulated for excellent adhesion, and resistance to weathering and corrosion.

  • May be applied by brush or spray
  • Dries to a high gloss finish
  • For use on iron, steel, aluminum and properly primed galvanized metal

Specification Description
Type: Oil-Based
Package Size: 1 Quart
Finish: Gloss
Brand: Majic
Package Type: Can
Warranty: N/A
Application: Tractor
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2944-2
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Cub Cadet Yellow, 1 qt. is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from thin bought the yellow cub cadet brudh on paint. it is a good match colorwise, but paint is very thin
Date published: 2020-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Matched my old Cub really well Cub Cadet oem yellow is very tricky to match and TSC quit handling Valspar so I tried this Majic CC yellow and it matched my 2004 shaft drive Cub very well. I added a little thinner rather than the activator then made several light coats per recommendation on the can and the finish turned out really good. The key to a good paint job is prepping so don't take any short cuts. I will purchase again when needed.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safety yellow work! Second time using this product and I am extremely happy with it. Make sure you get the reducer and catalyst. I sprayed with 85% humidity and this stuff was dry to the touch in 5 hours.
Date published: 2018-07-16
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Corrected typo: Does this enamel require a hardener if brushing or rolling on and what is the average drying time if used without a hardener?

Asked by: RudyP
Cub Cadet Yellow (and all Majic Tractor & Implement Enamels) dry very hard, and durable, (when applied according to package directions) and do not require a Catalyst Hardener for drying or proper cure. The benefit of increased hardness and accelerated “cure” will be realized with the use of a Catalyst Hardener – but a Catalyst Hardener is strictly an optional additive. “Dry” time is affected by so many factors (applied thickness, number of coats applied, heat & humidity conditions at the time of application, reduction types and ratios, etc.), but when applied in thin coats (2.5 mils wet), and recoated after 24 hours, in temps between 70-90 degrees F. with relative humidity at < 50%, the “dry-through” time will be approximately 12-15 hours (recoat time will always be a minimum of 24 hours). Brushing and rolling can pose problems for drying as they both, typically, will apply product heavier than recommended. I recommend the product be reduced at 10% when brushing & rolling to better control the applied thickness. Majic Catalyst Hardener states that, when mixed with Majic T&I Enamels, the ”dry” time will be accelerated by up to 40%...and that is true, except that the “dry” time referred to is the ultimate “cure” time (the point where the film reaches maximum hardness and adhesion). So – the “tack-free”, “dry-to-touch”, “dry-through” and “dry-to-recoat” times will be the same whether a Catalyst Hardener is used, or not. I know this sounds confusing – the terms “dry” and “cure” are often times used synonymously in this industry - the use of a catalyst will accelerate the cure time, but have very little effect on the dry times mentioned above
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-07-21

I wonder if I could use this paint in an airless paint sprayer setup. For example, there is a HVLP setup that Harbor Freight sell, work great with spraying varnish and exterior paints, can I reduce it and add a hardener and spray properly.

Asked by: Pogo3000
Please see the manufacturer's response below: A: Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Primers & Enamels are hard-drying, high solids oil/alkyd coatings that generally spray very well through airless, conventional or HVLP (w/turbine) spray systems. I would caution you with airless application as Majic T&I Coatings require a very thin application (recommended 2.5 mils wet) – airless spray tends to put on a lot of paint in a very short period of time, and too heavy of an application will result in a film that won’t dry “hard” for several days…or longer. Conventional (w/air compressor), or HVLP (w/turbine) are excellent systems to spray Majic Tractor & Implement Coatings, and reduction will be required. We recommend thinning Majic T&I Primers & Enamels with Majic Reducer, #8-0750*, at a ratio of 8:1 (8 parts Majic T&I Primer or Finish, to 1 part Majic Reducer). This ratio is considered “plus-or-minus” as the actual rate of reduction may be affected by your spray equipment, the atmospheric conditions at the time of application, and – of course - your own personal preferences… Proper reduction not only helps with product atomization, but also contributes to the film’s “flow & leveling”, as well as helps control the applied thickness of the coating. Regarding the use of a Catalyst Hardener (Majic Catalyst Hardener, #8-0950) – Majic Catalyst Hardener is an optional additive to the final coat of applied finish (not recommended for use with primers) – the use of Majic Catalyst will increase film hardness for greater abrasion resistance, and accelerates the overall “cure” of the applied product. When working with Majic Catalyst Hardener, mix at a ratio of 16:1, then allow to sit – undisturbed – for 20-30 minutes (“sweat-in”) before application. Majic Reducer may be used in conjunction with Majic Catalyst Hardener, and should be added after catalyst sweat in. Always follow the safety, mixing and disposal instructions very carefully. Do not catalyze more paint than can be applied in an 8 hour period of time, and any un-used portion of catalyzed product (after 8 hours) should be disposed of. Please read, and follow, application directions very carefully when applying Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Products – with special attention paid to the recommended applied thickness and allowable re-coat times. Remember that product applied too heavily (greater than 2.5 mils wet) and/or re-coated too soon (24 hours – minimum), will result in a film that won’t dry hard for several days, or longer. * Majic Reducer is a proprietary blend of “exempt” solvents that, is a perfect blend for use with Majic T&I Primers and Enamels, and adds 0 VOC to the host product.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-05-07

can you you use this over two part epoxy primer

Asked by: heehaw
In most cases, yes - however, it is always a good idea to apply a test patch of Majic T&I Enamel over the epoxy primer - allow to dry for several days, then test for adhesion. Once ready to apply the finish, be sure to read, and follow, package directions carefully - with special attention to the recommended applied thickness (2.5 mils wet), and the allowable re-coat time (minimum 24 hours). Too heavy an application, and/or re-coating too soon may result in a film that won't dry hard for several days...or longer.
Answered by: MitchellW
Date published: 2020-03-20

How we’ll does this paint hold up to heat. Specific application I have in mind is a small air cooled single cylinder engine block and head.

Asked by: Dave123456789
You would probably be fine with Majic T&I Cub Cadet Yellow in this application. While not considered to be “high-heat” resistant coatings, they will withstand temps in the range of 250+ degrees F° on a regular basis. If you do not know the range, the temperature range should be measured by way of a non-contact, infra-red thermometer, before painting.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-03-07
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