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1  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: pulling Power on: June 10, 2018, 11:28:12 PM
I would dare to say that the Bachmann !:20,3, D&RGW locomotives are very much prototypical on tonnage pulling.
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2  Discussion Boards / Large / pulling Power on: June 09, 2018, 12:07:54 PM
I Have a stable of 1- C-19, 2-K-27s, and 1-K-28.
Can anyone tell me how many cars each should pull and on what type of grades.
The C-19 AND K-27S are battery powered..
I find the number very low unless double heading a train.
I am gouging to have to get to ball bearings in the side frames soon I think.
Thanks in advance
3  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Lettering on: May 28, 2017, 09:48:06 PM
Thanks for your suggestions, Ordered today.
4  Discussion Boards / Large / Lettering on: May 19, 2017, 02:14:32 PM
Years ago I used dry transfer lettering, now its almost impossible to find any. I remember using Lettra Set. 
But that is even hard to find these days, up here in the Great White North.
All I want to do is make up ( 6 x Oil Road Service ) in 3/32 white Roman Railway lettering to go on my U.T.L.X. tank cars, for the D&RGW.
Anyone know where or # of such lettering can be found.
Thanks in advance for any help.
5  Discussion Boards / Large / D&RGW Tank cars on: February 22, 2017, 09:25:24 PM
Does anyone out there in Narrow Gauge country ,have the numbers pre 1954 of the
UTLX cars used by Gramps without the Gramps wording on it. I am more interested
in the 55000 series cars for ( ROAD Oil SERVICE ) on the frameless tanks.
Thanks in advance.
Also where can I get photos of these cars,  ( frameless )
6  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: To the Bachmann -Development of engines on: February 05, 2017, 01:57:17 PM
Can we stay on the topic please, it has nothing to do with Starbucks.
Thanks in advance for complying to my request.
7  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: To the Bachmann -Development of engines on: January 20, 2017, 11:09:18 PM
Yes,
As Bill said, thanks for your response and I know along with me, others will hope there will be an upward turn in this large scale hobby.
8  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: To the Bachmann -Development of engines on: January 14, 2017, 11:37:47 PM
This post was more about the locomotives becauseI have read here on the sound board,
lots about rolling stock, not saying rolling stock isn't on my list, but I am more interested
in the locomotives of the Narrow gauge D&RGW,
So hoping to hear from the Bachmann or Yardmaster someday soon.
9  Discussion Boards / Large / To the Bachmann -Development of engines on: January 13, 2017, 01:58:55 AM
Just thinking out load;
Indulge me please.
Since Bachmann has made the K-27 and the C-19, in large scale, you probably hear a lot of
request for engines and rolling stock.
What what I would love to see manufactured, any time in the not to distant future is a T-12
or a C-25 in 1;20.3, I know they have been made by Accucraft, but they are way out of most
of our pay ranges  for this hobby.
I personally would like to see the T-12 manufactured by Bachmann. like the one being restored
and should be running on one of the 2 remaining D&RGW tourist lines in the next 2 years.
Not sure which one.
It would make a great addition to anyones stable of narrow gauge engines, including mine.
Then maybe in the K-36 & or 37s. Or vice-versa, the K-36 & or 37s and then the T-12 or C-25.
I know it's a lot to ask, but they don't and won't be all made made in one year, maybe 2, Ha ha ha,
I know tooling is very expensive and the economy has hit our hobby very hard, but wee,
the little boys of yours in narrow gauge, need new toys. I think many of us in the large scale,
narrow gauge world, would love any of these locomotive and maybe they would be a sell out
like the K-27s and nearly sold out C-19s.
I also know know you get lots of request for rolling stock too,, can any light be shed on any future stock coming our way.
My 2 cents worth, now a penny for your thoughts.
Thanks in advance
10  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: K27? on: December 19, 2016, 01:09:21 PM
in the mail
11  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: K27? on: December 11, 2016, 05:27:22 PM
I have a board you are looking for, taken out of my K-27 when I installed my revolution board.
It's been in a bag by itself and is in mint shape.
I don't know what its worth but you can contact me at engineerdoug@rogers.com.
We can talk and come to a suitable arrangement.
12  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Smoke units on: December 03, 2016, 11:54:38 PM
What, no one has played with smoke units.
Someone must have.
13  Discussion Boards / Large / Smoke units on: November 27, 2016, 01:36:59 AM
Has anyone put a pulse smoke unit in any of the K-27's or C-16's by Bachmann.
If you have, what make did you use and how has it worked for you,
do you have a video to show your work.
I am thinking of adding, pulse smoke units to my engines.
Thanks in advance.



14  Discussion Boards / Large / To the Yard Master re- speakers on: November 06, 2016, 01:01:26 AM
To the Yard Master;
You requested the speaker size in the C-19, large scale.
In my subject speakers, I said the C-19 came with a 3 inch, 8 ohm, 1 watt speaker, low profile.
To low of a wattage for the P8 sound board. In this case Phoenix Sound told me the higher the
watts, the better the sound and less chance of a speaker being blown because of the power that
it's amplifier output, puts out.
So I have ordered from Phoenix, a 3 inch, 8 ohm, 4 Watt, low profile speaker for my C-19
In this case, size does matter.
Thanks Mudhen
15  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Speakers ( C-19) on: October 31, 2016, 11:52:12 PM
To the Yardmaster,
My C-19 come with one 8 ohm - 1watt, 3 inch speaker.
I am told most sound systems need  8 ohm,
3 to 4 watt speakers which comes with the sound board, for
example Phoenix Sound.
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