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    travis
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    A few weeks ago we ran into a toyota white 040 I think. That has a new formula using a new toner. The old mix used hb990 and the new mix uses hb 994. We had to go throughour history and find the mix with the990. Also someone mentioned a while back that the hb 203 “spereated” when mixed as a solvent. Rep came in today and confirmed that. He said that there will be a new toner (hb 202) that will take place of the 203 in solvent formulas. 203 is fine with water. Just thought id give you guys a heads-up if you didnt already know

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    Chris
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    Yes you bet bondobob heard that myself today about the SB202 I currently use 100% solvent now

    #48777
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    zach
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    Yes, and there is a new clear coming in the R-M line towards the end of summer, and a new primer.

    #48780
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    Chris
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    A production clear?

    #48781
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    zach
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    From what I was told, yes it’s supposed to be like a production version of 5335 and a lower price point compared to the ctr clears.

    #48783
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    So I noticed today that 994 isnt “new”?. We had it labeled on our machine but was never there. What kinda primer? We reacently got the pa80? I think. Or is that the activator. Anyways its the isocyanate free primer. Havent used a quarter gallon yet and pretty much stopped there. It shrinks! Not good for production shop imo.

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    No the hb994 isn’t new it’s been out for a while, but I haven’t seen it in a lot of formulas. The np80 is a fairly old primer, and it does shrink a bit. The new primer is dtm and will eventually replace dp25-27. It’s great stuff, high resin content and low talc which means shrinking is non-existent. The primer will arrive around August I guess.

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