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FYI - he's posted a video of it on this forum.need to see the car with a truck attached.
otherwise great idea.
oh okFYI - he's posted a video of it on this forum.
My post was not meant to offend you but solely to let you know the OP had I assume responded to your comment to see the fixed flatcar with trucks attached. Since he chose to start a new thread for the video rather than include it in this thread, I wanted to make you aware of it. No offence to you was intended.oh ok
you do realize your post is one hour after they posted the video and my comment was 6 hours before.
should have been here
I've switched to epoxy alone.this method [sort of] is often used on HO rolling stock where a person wants to 'upgrade' their trucks from push in style to the style that uses a 2-56 screw to hold them in ...
I have used it myself quite a few times
why do i bother...I've switched to epoxy alone.
The wood I put in my HO AHM and Tyco cars 30 years ago dried out, shrunk, and falls out when cars are lifted from track.
I now use a two part epoxy putty to fill the holes.
I will post up the results in another 30 years
I hope you'll continue bothering , because I find your short videos interesting and useful. Thanks for all you do for us. :thumbsup:why do i bother...
thank you sir. much appreciated.I hope you'll continue bothering. , because I find your short videos interesting and useful. Thanks for all you do for us. :thumbsup:
No need to get defensive, I simply said the wood did not last for me in HO.why do i bother...