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- Wed Jul 29, 2020 1:22 am
- Forum: Layout Track & Design
- Topic: Cleaning heavily tarnished track
- Replies: 27
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Think this was covered well earlier in the year. My asswer would be, yes you could soak it all in vinigar and water mix for day or so depending how tarnished or rusted it is but I would go and invest in some new or good second hand Peco Stremline (nickle silver) or set track and save your selfe a lo...
Had the same problem with 3 different Hornby motors. The shop I got my replacements from is Lendons of Cardiff - http://www.lendonsmodelshop.co.uk/ Yes that was the name Lendons Thank you RFS. He has huge spare parts lists. Things that others ran out of years ago. Most of his sales are are on line.
I had a scotsman with the same thing as that. When I took the body off you could also see sparking from the motor. I put new motor in it and all was fine. These can motors are not serviceable far as I know. I remember I paid about £9 for the motor. Got motor from a shop in Cardiff. I cant remember n...
- Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:52 pm
- Forum: The Mess Room
- Topic: Your latest acquisition
- Replies: 376
- Views: 50682
Looks really good. Needs some lamp irons on the front. The corners of staples make good ones. How I make lamp irons is from narrow strips of bronz pick up strips. A bit fiddly, then I shape lamp iron with narrow tail on bottom. Drill 1mm hole (or less) in the loco and feed the tail trough and bend ...