Athearn Sd75 Question

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conrail92

Member
Ok i own a Sd75 athearn genisis Loco now is there any chance that a sd70 shell will fit on the sd75 loco. If so does anyone kno where i can find a athearn norfolk southern sd70 shell.
 

jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
According to what all I can find online (didn't find much) the SD70 series all measure in at 72'4". One spot said the SD75M measured in at 73'2" but it was contradicted by a reply saying it was in fact 72'4". SO intern, it the SD70 shell should fit on an SD75M/I chassis.

As for finding one, you might find a complete one on eBay but finding an SD70 shell alone is quite hard. If you find one, I wouldn't mind taking the SD75 shell off your hands ;) ;) .
 

conrail92

Member
if you realy would want it and if i do find one. You can have it but the front has a bit of a crack in it and the window was previously broken but glued back in and the on front dith light is missing other then that... its good.
 




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