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    Have an oval using Kato Double Track. The oval uses Kato #20-181 and #20182 with a radius of 15"-16 3/8" and four straight pieces of Kato #20-004 that is 9 3/4" along with the track feeder at 2 7/16th".

    I would like to put another oval inside the existing one. Am I correct in assuming that Kato #20-183 and 20-184 with a radius of 11"-12 3/8" will fit inside a radius of 15"-16 3/8th?

    Where are the radius measurements taken from?

    How much distance would be between the two ovals?

    I would like to have both ovals butting up to each other so all four tracks are together if possible.
    How would I determine the length of the straight track?

    Are these issues covered somewhere that I have not been able to find?

    Sorry if these are basic questions but I am just getting started.

    Thanks,

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