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  1. suzukovich
    06-21-2016 01:17 PM
    suzukovich
    John

    How come I cant go back into a thread make minor change to update title then make additions. Installing Kadee Couplers using Mario's Shapeway products Pt 1 MTH SD45 , This way I could of inserted the RS11 build,
    Installing Kadee Couplers using Mario's Shapeway products Pt 2 Weaver RS11

    Then Lionel GP 9

    New name Installing Kadee Couplers using Mario's Shapeway products Pt 3 Lionel GP9


    This way I can keep it all in one place. Instead of now having to start a new topic every time. I doing it this way on OGR.
    .
    Doug
  2. DennyM
    06-14-2016 04:40 PM
    DennyM
    Hey John,
    Is there a way to shrink the pictures I post? They are way too big.
    DennyM
  3. LoomisLocomotive
    05-19-2016 07:52 AM
    LoomisLocomotive
    Hi John! I was given your name in the thread below, as someone told me that you are/were an avid buyer in PA. My dad made model HO scale locomotives and I'm interested in finding some of his work. I know it's a long shot, but thought I'd reach out. thanks in advance!

    http://www.modeltrainforum.com/showthread.php?t=86722
  4. machinejack
    05-31-2014 01:34 PM
    machinejack
    Hello:
    I been a member for a while just hanging around reading and finding information. I have several complete Lionel Train sets and lots of odds and ends. My favorite is a 252 Olive green 1926?. Dug out my boxes the other day I found I have 14 Lionel Steam engines. My question is and I can not find this after several days searching. I have a Army #41 switcher. The armature leads were burnt off so I decided to rewind it using #28 mag wire it runs somewhat OK biggest problem is the com was loose and I can't get it into the correct alignment. Runs quite one direction but growls and get hot the other. Guess that is why it toasted itself. I have seen several pictures of armatures and seems there is a big difference. Some slots align with the stator some are 90 degrees and, some are at an angle.
    Thanks
    Jack Adams
    Conway,Ark
    AKA machinejack
    retired toolmaker
    in a past life I worked for Thomas Edison LOL
  5. JerryH
    05-28-2014 10:46 AM
    JerryH
    Could you move this thread to the general section? TIA Jerry
    http://www.modeltrainforum.com/showthread.php?t=23954
  6. captaincog
    05-27-2014 10:41 PM
    captaincog
    Hello John,
    Do you have any DCS remote battery covers available? If so how much and how to pay you for one? Shipping to 92376.
    Thank you,
    Jeff Meyer
  7. billshoff
    01-20-2014 10:01 AM
    billshoff
    John, there is a pop-up associated with this site. It's a phish message with a link to ipcloudsvr302. I see the pop-up every time I come here. Hope you can fix it.
    billshoff
  8. Rusty
    12-28-2013 07:40 AM
    Rusty
    I remembered that you wanted to get big boy train w/ O gauge, so I saw one in auction.

    http://marketplace.collector-modeltr...am-Loco-119957
  9. shaygetz
    12-24-2013 05:33 PM
    shaygetz
    Yes...that WAS a pretty creepy post, wasn't it? As for closing the other, thanks...
  10. Crofinger
    11-25-2013 06:36 PM
    Crofinger
    Nice gun collection by the way.

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