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  1. #1
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    Jan 2009
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    Gold Hill, NC
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    Default Miller Blue Paint

    Does Miller have its own color when you go to get paint, or what color is the closest match to it? Thanks

  2. #2
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    Default Miller Blue

    Yeap Miller got it's on PAINT...SPRAY can is 098-205 & a QT is 098-204 & where I got it written has in my hand writing (discontinued) & then C5885 & I don't remember what I wrote it far! There are two colors of blue that are close enough to use but I can't find where I wrote down the color names...Seems like one was safety blue & something to do with sail or royal but I can't remember! If I find the place I wrote it I'll send another message!
    RoHo
    Dayton, Texas

  3. #3
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    Default Ford Tractor Blue...

    Which is sold at any farm store is very very close. So close I can't see a difference.
    See - http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...4&d=1237858029

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    Rustoleium Safety blue is a real close match...if not dead on...Jim
    Welding in Crete
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    Rustoleum safety blue is a fine choice and less expensive and easier for matching if it gets a damaged. I painted my "B" Boom with that same paint looks like Miller to me.

    Paul

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    Thanks for your help fellows.
    J.T. Frick

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