What other railroads used the A-3 70-ton Ride Control truck other than
SP and the ATSF?
Are you considering manufacturing a 70-ton solid bearing trucks for an
earlier design say from the 1940s?
Brian Leppert wrote:
trucks included hoppers of H-70-7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 classes, coveredBill, Southern Pacific cars that used the 70-ton A-3 Ride Control
hoppers of H-70-8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 classes, gons of G-70-7, 8 and
11 classes, and flat car class F-70-10.
different foundries (ASF, Scullin, Buckeye, etc.) My HO truck has
Scullin's foundry mark and the raised "ride control" lettering across
the top of the face, rather than across the spring seat lip.