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    Selector replied to the thread Tree size - ho scale.
    The fir beside the trestle here is a real 12" tall. Otherwise, I place trees of all sizes on my HO layout, from 1" up to 8" conifers...
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    Selector replied to the thread Wiring Auto Reverse Module.
    I assume your input power to the AR is at upper left, getting its power from the tracks. That's 'small o' okay. Most would power the...
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    The switch that allows the reverse is probably defective. I doubt that both models have coincidentally become unable to reverse.
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    A good way to finish rails after treatment with a Bright Boy or find grit, and even when they're brand spankin' new (the tooling that...
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    It depends on which roundhouse. I believe the Walthers Cornerstone roundhouse is a good mate for their 90' model, but I don't know...
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    This discussion comes up about once a quarter, but, here goes: a. metal wheelsets do a great job between cleanings; b. when you do...
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    Athearn/Horizon Hobbies should be able to help. If not, I suggest visiting a local hobby shop and purchasing a sheet of 2.5-3mm...
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    Selector replied to the thread ballast setter.
    At the very least, after a careful application using this device, you'd want to remove most/all of the grains from the tops of the ties...
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    Selector replied to the thread Foam Maybe?.
    It might be useful as plain roadbed, say between the sub-roadbed, such as splines or lengths of thin pine, and the ties. Sometimes...
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    Selector replied to the thread Minimum HO Curve Radius.
    Follow these steps, in order, to fashion any curve radius with HO flex track, except below about 16" radius is becomes very difficult...
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    Selector replied to the thread On to Track Laying.
    Probably a bad idea....and I'd bet you'd really regret this application once you decided you don't like the track plan there, or the...
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    Sure it would, if the need was there for it to be operated remotely. Railroads have used remote actuators for donkey's years. As you...
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    http://www.steamlocomotive.com/ When the site opens, look for 'wheel type' which goes by Whyte notation. Look for 6 coupled, then...
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    Before the pavement was laid, it would have been near the pavement's edge. If they were to resurrect that turnout, it would be operated...
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    Selector replied to the thread Benchwork mistake need help.
    To keep things simple, build one or two access holes and cover them with a piece of foam or plywood with scenery on top. Fiddling with...




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