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(12)Thanks for the input Greg. The diodes and resistors were cheap and now I have them both so I will use both now that I know how to use them properly. Like you
(4)Congratulations, it looks and surfs wonderfull. Gert ________________________________ Van: email@example.com namens Robert Kluz
(10)Nope, these are in stock at Amazon.
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(12)Do you add it to the ultrasonic bath or just use it directly on the gears and motors? I assume directly since it is a quick dry solution. Sent from my iPhone
(7)Of course! How could I be so dumb. Just ordered it. Thanks Frank! Sent from my iPhone
(5)Actually they're not. The freight have point on the ends and metal hubs on the inside. These are just an axel through a plastic hub with nothing on the
(4)Thanks for the link. I actually started there and was wondering if there were alternatives to the MBZ products. I'm wondering if thinned Dullcoat could be used
(3)hats name your form??? On Sunday, March 12, 2017 9:05 PM, "Robert Kluz firstname.lastname@example.org [z_scale]" wrote: The January/February
(32)Thanks Garth. I agree. The loco has to be the problem. It works very inconsistently and has way too many gremlins. If the yard turnouts give me any issues
(7)I've bought three from them two were in stock shipped right away the third was not in stock and if I remember correctly it took 10 - 12 weeks to get it. Dave
(10)You could try an IR sensor to trigger a brake signal to the loco address. A current sensor would be less precise. It would be easier with a DCC controlled
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