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I can understand the desire to convert an old loco if it is a good runner and still has life in it, especially considering the cost of new locos nowadays. Yep, if all you want is a loco that runs then older models are great. I have a growing collection of them ready and waiting for conversion. The ...
.........Do you have a link to what you did? Dave. Sorry Dave, no. It was a very ambitious 00 effort, a folded dumbell design with with loads of hidden sidings, in an 8x6 garden shed. Another one I never finished. I tore it up, sold everything and built a small portable N gauge layout (the only lay...
- Fri Jul 09, 2021 10:18 am
- Forum: DCC (Digital)
- Topic: mainline/bachmann manor class dcc conversion
- Replies: 13
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If you have cut those tags what is holding the brush spring and brush in place? I recall people recommending changing the bolts for plastic ones in order that the metal tags carried on fulfilling that purpose. Is the error indicating a short or no loco found? Peters spares carries plastic/nylon scr...
You can buy elsewhere for less: http://themodelcentre.co.uk/44-062z/prod_674.html This includes the shed & office as per the picture. I randomly picked another item from your 'potential' seller. Their total selling price was £49.99 + p&p Hattons, not known to be the cheapest were £41.50 + P&P They'r...
- Tue Jul 06, 2021 8:51 am
- Forum: Layout Track & Design
- Topic: Layout for comment - first draft
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1032