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Yikes!! It looks like they specified WIRE for the rods (a good
thing) but didn't bother to tell people
how to arrange the bits. Or maybe the factory just decided to
save assembly time...
Another reason not to buy RTR, if the kits are available.
On 5/11/2020 2:56 PM, Andy Cich wrote:
recently received a few of the latest cars from
Intermountain. All of mine are assembled as shown in the
photo. Did anybody receive cars that are correctly
assembled? I wonder if the whole run was done this way. Or
just one person on the assembly line had a problem.
haven’t tried to fix it yet. I’m not sure how easy it will
be to pry the valve off. Also, the brake cylinder is too far
away from the center sill and doesn’t connect to the lever.
And the rod that connects between the levers should be
inside the center sill. It is in the spot where the cylinder