Re: MTL Turnouts & Track
- Marklin Insulated railjoiners work fine just as the MTL switches can
be easily connected to Marklin track
A major problem with MTL Switches is with manufacturing tolerances
involving Rail & Frog heights.
On a large # of switches there is a .010' difference in the heights
of the frog and the adjoning rail which causes a rough ride and per
haps snagging of flanges.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Moore" <katherinesdaddy@...>
> Any code 55 insulated joiner will work. I like the ones from atlas
> --- In email@example.com, fredshark@ wrote:
> > I am very excited by the release of new turnouts and the future
> releases of new radii track from MTL. Just wondering what everyone
> might be using for insolated rail joiners? Is there a manufactured
> product or is everyone fabricating their own insolated joiner?
> > Cheers,
> > Jeffrey Walsh
> > BTW, can anyone tell me the code rail that is used in the MTL and
> Marklin systems? Thanks again!