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    Default N Scale switchstands

    Hey folks,
    I'm very happy and excited to announce my little babies to the public :

    switchstand_640.jpg switchstand_640_2.jpg

    switchstand_rear.jpgswitchstand_rear_yl.jpg

    They come as finished models, target color is up to your choice, either red or yellow.
    They are non-functional, just cut them out of the sprue and glue 'em down.
    Fit ATLAS tie spacing.

    More details and prices can be found on https://www.nscaleworks.com/shop/switch-stand/

    In case you ask :
    Yes, I will ship worldwide. But as shipping rates vary depending on your location, please ask for a quote
    I will use PayPal as prefered payment option for worldwide sales.
    Last edited by mobahner76; 8th Nov 2017 at 04:42 AM.
    cheers,

    Mike Holly


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    Those look great Mike!!
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    Have you considered making the short version as well?
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    Thank you, Allen !

    ChicagoNW, if you think about a lower target on the shown ones : yes it is posible. If you talked about another model : no, it is currently not planned.


    I edited the first post and added two more pics, and some addtional information you might need.
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    Yes, the same base with a shorter shaft.
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    Yes, shorter shaft is possible. Shown one has total height of 13 mm.
    cheers,

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    My switchstands are back in stock and available again.
    More details and pricing on https://www.nscaleworks.com/shop/switch-stand/





    Happy New Year 2018 !
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