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Thu Aug 22, 2019 7:41 pm
hi, Look on ebay foe H and M Duette or clipper. They have the grunt, and built like tanks. I use 9 of them on my layout for Hornby Dublo. Guagemaster, and Morley, are the best on the market, but expensive. Hornby 2000, are fine, but you wont go wrong with the 2 i have suggested. Cost about £20 ish. john
Perfect will do.
Thanks for all your help.
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in regards to home servicing wary much like Wrenn loco which I have, the smallest drop of oil in a pin put on every rivet on the motion gear plus on the slide and piston rod where it goes into the cylinder block. Oil all 5 axels on both sides and tender axels as well. Under the body oil both the bottom and top bearings on the upright commutator..
I would not replace the magnet I found putting 2 small flat neo magnets one of each side of the old magnet is better. The large square neo replacements are too strong foe even Wrenn/Hornby Dublo loco motors
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