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3444Re: [z_scale] Back In Z, I'll Eat Crow

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  • Jay & Anne Greer
    Mar 3 2:24 PM
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      Well now there then Guys,

      I own a Relco unit! The Relco track cleaner will do a great job of keeping
      CLEAN TRACK clean! On the other hand, Trax Stix are the ultimate tool for
      preparing dirty, cruddy, oxidized and non conductive, non runnable track for
      the fine job that a Relco unit can do! I don't want to sound like a
      commercial here but the Trax Stix test team members are saying that their
      Z,N and TT track rails turn out looking cleaner and newer than new after a
      simple cleaning with Trax Stix. There, I have said it! I won't toot my own
      horn online any more! The next commercial will be posted in Ztrack Magazine.
      I wish you all the cleanest Trax!
      Jay Greer/Der Wegmann

      > From: Ole Rosted <Ole.Rosted@...>
      > Reply-To: z_scale@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2001 10:09:43 +0100
      > To: z_scale@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: Re: [z_scale] Back In Z, I'll Eat Crow
      > On Sat, 03 Mar 2001 01:15:37 -0600, you wrote:
      > Hi Raynard
      > I will also welcome John back! Yes - the Z-scale is easy to become
      > addicted to.
      > I guess it is because it's an easy way to satisfiy the potential
      > masochistic tendencies some believe are deep in us all.
      >> I learned about the
      >> "Relco" generator.
      > I even went to the Relco site.
      > (http://www.zmodeltrains.com/accessor.html) However I'm in doubt
      > about the phrase:
      > "but when the connection is poor
      > the HF is instantly switched on, ionising the air gap."
      > In my opinion "high frequecy" and "ionising the air gap" is just a
      > nice way of saying "rail-eating sparks"
      > But what would I know. When it comes to rail cleaning, I'm perfectly
      > satisfied with Jay Greer's Trax Sticks. And believe me: my 8800 needs
      > a lot of track-cleaning :-(
      >> I especially enjoy; D.A. Karp,
      >> Jeffrey MacHan, Rob Kluz, Bill Kronen, Ole Rosted,
      >> Dieter and many many others.
      > If I knew how to make a smiley with crimson ears I would put one right
      > here.
      > It's truly undeserved that my name is mentioned in this context. The
      > guys named (except me) are some of the real gurus here.
      > My contributions to this list is mostly talk about things I CAN'T do
      > and silly questions.
      > But thank you anyway.
      > regards Ole Rosted
      > "Z" WARNING! HANDLE WITH CARE! Highly addictive in Small DoseZ!
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