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TheSteamChannel

New Member
After mounting the yard sections, I had some fun with the trains. They ran very well, aside from the second video.
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bnsf971

Gomez Addams
Staff member
It looks pretty good, but what is wrong with the track in the first video? Is it a joint between modules? That J was bouncing pretty hard when it hit that.
 

TheSteamChannel

New Member
It looks pretty good, but what is wrong with the track in the first video? Is it a joint between modules? That J was bouncing pretty hard when it hit that.

Thank you! My brother cut that section to put a creek in. In doing so, he weakened the frame so that section dipped a bit. When I covered the creek up, we put a leg under the section to straighten it out. I haven't got around to straightening the track out yet.
 




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