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Old 22-01-2018, 05:46 PM   #21
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Thanks, Southern. I have looked up that sleeving, what diameter do you think would be appropriate, 8mm or 10mm? R-
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I've used the 10mm . Got about 20 plus wire's running through it in some parts.
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Old 25-01-2018, 01:29 PM   #23
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By coincidence, I need to change my connectors so I just ordered ten pairs of 9 pin D sub connectors for around £1.50 a pair. Fortunately, I donít mind soldering.
The plan is coming together, a number of rolls of coloured 16/0.2 wire arrived today - nine pins, nine coloured, although the DCC bus pins will be doubled up.

Still waiting for the plugs and solder tags but I have made a jig to hold everything in place while Iím soldering and to ensure all the leads are the same.
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