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BNSF4723

Member
Hi say on my HO Track I have the Atlas Code 100.And too put on the Jointer I had too remove some Ties,Due too them not wanting to slide onto the Ties Cause the Ties hit the Rail Jointer.In some places of the Track are mssing some Ties,So how do I fix the Problem so you can see the Ties.Without the Jointer making the Rails Pop Up.Cause when eve I add the Ties under teh Jointer the Rails are making ahump on the Tracks.Thanks.:mad:
 

jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
Either trim out the ties and make custom ones, or jut trim the ties with an X-acto knife, and you should be fine.
 

phatpony

Member
I take an Exacto knife and trim off the tie plates on the ties that were removed and slip them under. No humps.

Glenn
 




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