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conrail92

Member
For Detail you want Code 83 track nickel but for guranteed operations you want to go with code 100 and the brand i use is atlas and is very reliable i often use there flex track. Wicth is great for mid size layouts.
 

jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
Welcome to the forum Kevin, glad to see you got around to posting (I know who you are, and you should know who I am ;) ). And yes, I'd also suggest looking for Code 83. Atlas or Micro Engineering are my favs, ME's flex track is nice, but its fairly stiff.

Keep up posting, there's alot of members besides me here and they're all a great help!
 

Kevin Kilpela

New Member
For Detail you want Code 83 track nickel but for guranteed operations you want to go with code 100 and the brand i use is atlas and is very reliable i often use there flex track. Wicth is great for mid size layouts.

Thanks for the info i think i will go with the Code 83 trak for now. I will try to let you know how it goes.
 




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