Dapol Bracket signal

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Maz066
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Dapol Bracket signal

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Gave up on my Ratio kits and splurged (and I mean splurged- they are not cheap) and I am really impressed. Look and operated brilliantly
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Looks good, but they are not cheap are they!
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I hope they have improved the quality from the early models. I have converted all mine by ripping out the guts and using a servo motor to drive them.
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Mine works ok-ish? It is wired to a Cobalt iP point motor, and it was working with every point movement, but now seems to be every other movement :roll: . I have two more to fit, but hope they will bring out a SR bracket signal (different construction).

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