Re: Micro Trains wish list
- I have to agree with your two cents... more than my thoughts of when
I started this thread.
I do not own any Micro-Track, because of the limited selection.
Yes... I would prefer a much larger selection of Micro-Track over new
body-styles of cars.
Would new track pieces be more cost effective than a new body-style
And... As easy as some of you make it sound... I'm not going to hand-
lay or hand-build my own track. I'm not going to mess with flex-track.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "stonysmith" <stonysmith@...> wrote:
> Here's my two cents.
> First, my own wish list (today) would include more Micro-Track
> options, not just new cars.
>Dom,Hi Mike, unfortunately I can't give you a reply with the match MTL Flex / MTL turnouts as I'm using Pater Wright's turnouts ( http://www.wrightturnouts.com ). Finally I chose them instead of MTL's samples because I found that even the MTL's are prone to stalls at very low speed, although they are power routing. Wright's turnouts are to this prospect completely "clean" due to their technology, with non-articulated points.
>While I work exclusively with flex track in N scale, I am designing a
>Z layout for my wife. I would like to use all MT track products and
>was wondering how the flex track mates with pre made roadbed of the MT
>turnouts? I'm really not interested in using sectional track at all,
>but I don't want to build the turnouts or pay outrageous money for
And About Marklin's turnouts and tracks I can't say, I don't use them as in my opinion they don't match prototype american track (and this ugly side mechanism bores me).
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