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I realized that I needed to stay small in order to stay on budget, so I minimized the layout best I could. It's now 4 feet wide and 9 feet long.
- I can run two trains at once.
- It has a reversing track. Only works from one direction but I can throw the train in reverse if needed. For a 4-by-9...
I'm using atlas HO 83 and the universal atlas HO nickel silver 100/83 joiners are hard to find these days, what's the best alternative to connect these rails without doing any mods to the joiners? I saw in few places people using atlas N code 80 joiners with some mods in HO 80...
I am building a model roller coaster (operating) and I am using HO scale model train track for the rails.
How flexible is code 83 super flextrack? I need it to be able to bend in to a 9" radius. Is this possible?
Can I bend the track up and down?
When the flextrack is bent...
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