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    Agreed. 24hr min.

    Agreed. 24hr min.
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    Now-a-days normal seating is not partitioned....

    Now-a-days normal seating is not partitioned.
    Back-in-the-day coaches were partitioned as the races did not mix. Whites in front, Blacks in back.(accepted term at the time was colored or negro)
    The...
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    Judging from the seating, it appears to be a...

    Judging from the seating, it appears to be a partitioned coach.
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    smittykid Thread a nut all the way down to the...

    smittykid
    Thread a nut all the way down to the head before you cut it.
    Then dress the cut with a chamfer from a needle file.
    Remove the nut and your good to go.
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    wombat457 Nice build Tony, it came out great! ...

    wombat457

    Nice build Tony, it came out great! :thumbs-up:
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    Maurice I would think a piece of tape would...

    Maurice

    I would think a piece of tape would suffice.
  7. Thread: Acecate sheets

    by donzi
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    New Staples, Office Depot, K&S, Michaels, etc....

    New
    Staples, Office Depot, K&S, Michaels, etc.
    Lot's of places to choose from.
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    jpost ...

    jpost

    https://shop.atlasrr.com/c-865-pn120.aspx?pagenum=1
    Maybe a Sill and Handrails from Atlas could be made to fit.

    If you can solder than the GMM stanchions might do....
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    One of those days

    https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/tt207/sandjambag/20200507_175738.jpg
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    @tomcook...

    @tomcook

    That’s a fine display of your craftsmanship Tom.
    I’ve enjoyed following the build.
    It looks great! :thumbs-up:
  11. new2nscale Way overkill for N scale. Be...

    new2nscale

    Way overkill for N scale.
    Be careful.
  12. Thread: More bad news :(

    by donzi
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    I'm retired so not much out and about for me....

    I'm retired so not much out and about for me. When I am out, I do wear a cloth mask but no gloves. When I get mail, I don't wipe down parcels or put them in quarantine. I don't wipe down packages...
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    @PW&NJ...

    @PW&NJ

    Yeah… that is what I was thinking except using a roller bearing for the wheel and rather than mounting in the center of the beam, rather mount the axle on the inside.
    The pictures you...
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    @NtheBasement...

    @NtheBasement

    I’m thinking cutting away the existing “wheels” and then a slot in the girder.
    Then fabricate new ones using ball bearings on a shaft.
    Imagine a wheelbarrow wheel and axle. (Need...
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    Heiko What size LED will you use in that GEVO?

    Heiko

    What size LED will you use in that GEVO?
  16. Retired so work is on the honeydew list....

    Retired so work is on the honeydew list.
    Building a Walthers kit for the last two months, just very little time for trains yet.

    But I did find these while going through last year vaycaypics.
    ...
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    wombat457 Ahh... very clever indeed. Will...

    wombat457

    Ahh... very clever indeed.
    Will continue watching.
  18. Thread: Painting Brass?

    by donzi
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    wombat457 An overnight soak in white vinegar...

    wombat457
    An overnight soak in white vinegar works as well, the acidic acid etches the surfaces.
    Rinse well before paint.
    Used that method on the GMM vents used on my slug.

    Good luck
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    @wombat457...

    @wombat457

    Looks good wombat.
    Those interior walls will make lighting individual rooms a breeze.
    Bricks came out very well. :thumbs-up:
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    tomcook I just ordered a gear puller very...

    tomcook

    I just ordered a gear puller very similar to yours two days ago from eBay.
    If you use it before I get mine, let us know how it works out.
  21. Thread: Track cleaning

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    @New...

    @New

    I watched about the first 9 mins. That was 9 min too much.
    Dude is wound a bit too tight.
    Got to love when some expert is telling/screaming that you’re doing the hobby the wrong way.
    He...
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    @wombat457...

    @wombat457

    I like it, looks great.
    I have been using a different technique using opaque paint markers followed by a sanding with 400 grit wet/dry (dry) paper.
    The sanding cleans up the brick...
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    kingmeow Yeah... me too! I hope it is, why...

    kingmeow
    Yeah... me too!
    I hope it is, why would MTS make that ad?
    Maybe they know something. Let's hope.
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    Very cool! If Kato or Tomix does it, I will be a...

    Very cool!
    If Kato or Tomix does it, I will be a buyer.
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    @wombat457...

    @wombat457

    I get mine from the Sam's Club, 91% FWIW, but since this whole coroanie virus thing started, not sure you can find it there.
    It's sold 2 quarts per pack.
    Most has been bought up for...
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