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    @tomcook...

    @tomcook

    Very well done Tom!
    :g-job:
  2. Happy birthday! :wishes:

    Happy birthday!
    :wishes:
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    That's just insanely tiny, the things you can do...

    That's just insanely tiny, the things you can do with fingers...
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    GlennS Moose's experience: Moose has had...

    GlennS

    Moose's experience:

    Moose has had two Kato (DC) and now has six BLI (DCC).

    The Katos ran quite well at all speeds on Kato track without turnouts. Sold them because of the complexity...
  5. Heiko SP-Wolf Thank you for the suggestions....

    Heiko SP-Wolf

    Thank you for the suggestions. Moose drilled a hole just inside the frog of each turnout, rather than through the frogs. Seems to work fine now. Yeah!...
  6. Where on the frog? Does anyone happen to have...

    Where on the frog?

    Does anyone happen to have a photo handy of where on the frog to solder a wire?
  7. Help Needed: Repair Frog Electrical Connection

    Moose discover two Atlas turnouts have dead frogs, one is a #5 and the other is a #7. It has been several years since this moose has laid eyes on turnouts, therefore no recall exactly how they are...
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    The cans all have the requisite concave base, aka...

    The cans all have the requisite concave base, aka "punt". So, no one here has seen this, eh?
    :-/

    Well, Moose gonna handle these whilst wearing bomb proof armour......
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    "Punt"? Moose no know meaning of "punt" in this...

    "Punt"? Moose no know meaning of "punt" in this context... :confused:
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    Happy birthday! :wishes:

    Happy birthday!
    :wishes:
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    A Different Way to Run Trains...

    Moose now have a new way to run trains, errr, well, locomotives any way...

    Received a DCC Concepts roller test stand set today. Tried it out, ever so briefly (dinner interruptus!), using a BLI PRR...
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    Post human delivered these today: The roller...

    Post human delivered these today:

    The roller test stand set which can be converted to use on various gauges from N to O 3-rail ... Not sure why a moose would need anything but N-gauge though......
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    Spray Cans: Bulging Bottoms

    This is kinda embarrassing, but...

    Moose have bulging bottom ... ... ... on four different Minuteman Scalecoat II spray cans.

    Has anyone experienced this themselves, and do you know the cause...
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    Whaaa? :surprised:

    Whaaa?
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    Now, if yer talkin' British weight, then should...

    Now, if yer talkin' British weight, then should the question be what's that in stones?!
    :)
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    Yep, Moose read it here too! ...

    Yep, Moose read it here too!
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    tomcook Ouch! ...

    tomcook

    Ouch!
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    Dag'gum'it, the wonderful care & detailing that you've put into the pagoda model and the wee people caused moose jaw...
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    Neither can Moose. All this excitement over...

    Neither can Moose. All this excitement over freight cars of which Moose no can see photos is quite agonizing -- Moose no doctor, Moose no have patience......
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    @Heiko...

    @Heiko

    Thank you very much for the information.

    Was not familiar with MOROP standards. Quite frankly, did not think that European and North American standards would differ with respect to...
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    Found one reference, suggesting that British n...

    Found one reference, suggesting that British n gauge has ~ 7.4 mm flange spacing, back to back, whereas the NMRA n gauge standard is supposedly ~ 7.65 mm flange spacing, back to back.
    ...
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    British Wheel Gauge vs NMRA Standards?

    Moose discover issues running three British outline locomotives over turnout frogs.

    Check of wheel gauges using an NMRA gauge reveals that the pilot, driver and tender wheels of two...
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    Sticky: Moose bid you hearty welcome to the forum! :) ...

    Moose bid you hearty welcome to the forum!
    :)

    And, Moose have hooves (and airboat), will travel... You've been warned. Bwaaa! (Insert evil moose laugh here )
    >:-}
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    tomcook Really nice detailing -- very hard to...

    tomcook

    Really nice detailing -- very hard to believe that this is n-scale. Tom, you just might be raising the bar too high!
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    Too late... Bwaaa!...

    Too late... Bwaaa! https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie_2524.gif
  25. Happy birthday! :wishes:

    Happy birthday!
    :wishes:
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