Re: Trix Stock Cars--was MORE ON NORTHERN PACIFIC STOCK CARS
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I did the same for my Trix/Marklini U.P. Stock Cars. The Acurail underframe lines up fairly well with very light sanding. For the Trix/Marklin U.P. Box cars I use the Speedwitch underframes.
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On Monday, February 4, 2019 11:34 AM, StephenK <thekays100@...> wrote:
I also modified Trix hoppers and have a nice train of a dozen cars. I have also rebuilt the underframes on a half dozen CA-3s, and a few boxcars. I skipped the Speedwitch underbody (which I know is accurate -- http://speedwitchmedia.com/product/p105-union-pacific-welded-underframe-for-box-cars/ ) and went for the easier/cheaper but not quite accurate Accurail 40' underframe -- http://www.accurail.com/accurail/art/Details/106.jpg . On the boxcar it fits with only a few swipes of a file, and the car and couplers ride at the correct height. Assuming the stock car is using the same Trix underframe as the boxcar, this would be a good choice. The Speedwitch part is correct for boxcars, but I doubt it is correct for the stock cars.