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Don't forget the 70 ton trucks! There are now a couple of nice
of plain bearing 70 ton trucks with 3 outboard springs - Kadee
and Tangent, and
On 10/8/2019 1:48 PM, Scott Seders wrote:
Below is a diagram for the woodchip car
conversion LV did.
On Oct 8, 2019, at 12:34 PM, Benjamin Hom <b.hom@...>
Tim O'Connor wrote:
"We have indeed discussed the Hobbyline model in the
past - it even has cutouts underneath to clear the wheels.
Because it is such a mediocre model, I wonder if a
stand-in is not a better choice?
For example, could a Bowser H25 have the ribs
sanded/filed off and then re-ribbed to resemble the
Lehigh Valley car?"
The Bowser model is not Class H25, but Class H21A.
I don't have an LV ORER or diagram book handy at the
office, but my gut feeling is the LV car is taller, and
you'd have to rework the end details as well.
You'd probably be better off taking the sanding
block to the HObbytown model if you go that route.