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    pbender

    MR or NScale?

    I know that feeling. I have several of those boxes I am going to move for the last time soon.

    If model railroader would offer a digital

    pbender Today, 02:14 PM Go to last post
    CHUCKGEO

    MR or NScale?

    I had either subscriptions, or bought single issues at stores for forty years. I must have dragged around six to eight boxes every time I moved. Nice

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    Texhorse

    MR or NScale?

    I have subscriptions to both, and enjoy both of them very much. I had the opportunity to visit the MR offices a fortnight ago, and loved it. Everyone

    Texhorse Today, 01:07 PM Go to last post
    P-LineSoo

    MR or NScale?

    Perhaps you need a travelling layout!

    http://www.displays2go.com/P-24648/R...egory&sid=3910

    P-LineSoo Today, 11:21 AM Go to last post
    P-LineSoo

    MR or NScale?

    I can't speak for others, but I mention price only in the context of ROI vs. the other items you mentioned regarding content. My recent personal experience

    P-LineSoo Today, 11:17 AM Go to last post
  • Step by Step of my decoder install into two Kato RDC cars

    For those who do not follow my build thread, I wanted to just post a brief note here. I have documented step by step how to install a DN143K2 decoder into Kato Budd RDC cars.

    The topic is covered in four parts in my build thread:

    • Part 1: Parts, tools, and getting the shell and undercarriage off the car.
    • Part 2: Remainder of the disassembly
    • Part 3: Installing the decoder board and reattachment of seating panel
    • Part 4: Modification of the light clips and final reassembly


    Here is the link to part 1. The four parts are consecutive posts in my build thread.
    http://www.nscale.net/forums/showthread.php?38043-MEC-and-B-amp-M-Scenic-Railroad&p=478027#post478027

    I hope some of you find this useful.

    -Ed
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    1. emaleyiii's Avatar
      emaleyiii -
      Great thread. I did one of mt RDC's and was suprised, it is not that hard. Looking at the process beforehand I was a little concerned, but it is really no big deal. The disassembly was the issue, but it was not hard at all. If you have wanted to do this and were a little freaked out, go for it.

      Trey