- ... Having multiple suppliers of quality, reasonably-priced locomotives of different body styles should increase the number of modelers pursuing Z. That canMessage 1 of 34 , Jan 1, 2006View Source
> I mean, what I'm fearing, is that a fierce competitionHaving multiple suppliers of quality, reasonably-priced locomotives of
> between AZL and MTL should be damageable for all.
different body styles should increase the number of modelers pursuing Z.
That can only help the whole Z market.
I think in a few years we'll look back on 2005 as a watershed year for North
American Z. The MTL Geep, MTL sectional track, and AZL injection molded
deliveries and promises are really getting things going.
(I finally had a chance to play with some MTL track yesterday, and I'm very
impressed with how easy it is to work with.)
- ... Thanks Daniel. Indeed Rob K. gave me some tips to take this beauty appart, and I think it ll be the best way to find what my problem is and to solve it.Message 34 of 34 , Dec 10, 2006View Source--- Daniel Baechtold <daniel.baechtold@...> a
> DominiqueThanks Daniel. Indeed Rob K. gave me some tips to take
> I know this problem, I had it with my f59phi
> (without wheel -regauging). I solved it with
> adjusting the power pickup metal strips from the
> trucks to the chassis. just bend them up on the side
> where the loco leans over.
> hope this works! best wishes, daniel
this beauty appart, and I think it'll be the best way
to find what my problem is and to solve it.
All the best,
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