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Re: track clean

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tommyrob123 wrote: Sun Feb 07, 2021 10:31 am track is flat and joined fine with power feeders. i just think it will need a really good clean. have noticed if train going at some speed then no problems
Does that section have a dropper or direct feed, or is it being fed by another section and fish plates?
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Re: track clean

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Is the track a straight or on a curve ?

Is the track flat or have any super elevation ?

Maybe there is wear in the wheels, pickups that cause the engine to rock slightly and lose contact with the rails ?

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Can you post a picture of the section in question?
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12 mths late Stese. :)
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oh jesus... Ooops!

I was on point for the date tho, lol.
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