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 on: Today at 03:25:29 PM 
Started by 56Claes - Last post by Trainman203
Look at the 2-6-6-2 drawings on the website.  The headlight LED looks like it has a little flange at the back that holds it in, if you can believe the drawing.  That may be why you canít get it out.  A good backward push may get it out.  There may be a ring of cement around it that needs cutting with a no. 11 blade.

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 on: Today at 03:03:52 PM 
Started by in2tech - Last post by plas man
https://www.digitrains.co.uk/ecommerce/locomotive-decoders/plug-and-play/nce-bach-dsl-decoder.aspx

just in case you have a problem with Bachmann supplying a new de-coder Digitrains list them in stock .
edit... try and reset the decoder (cv8 No8 ?) as it may have had a 'funny' turn  Huh?

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 on: Today at 02:26:26 PM 
Started by bbmiroku - Last post by Terry Toenges
I emailed and asked how long it is. I think it's too long for my elongated figure 8. Maybe I could make a high oval over the figure 8 this year for Christmas. I'd really like to see a back view of it to see if it is just flat. It would be nice if they did a mirror image one then you could have a tunnel between them.

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 on: Today at 01:24:14 PM 
Started by bbmiroku - Last post by Warflight
That bridge is amazing! I have absolutely ZERO place to put it, and I was still considering if I wanted it when I get paid!

I also like their fancy display cases.

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 on: Today at 01:21:21 PM 
Started by 56Claes - Last post by 56Claes
Thank you very much for all your answers. I have figured out that it was the LED lamp that was broken. I can fix it sometime, because I first have to disassemble the whole forward part of the driveline.

//Claes

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 on: Today at 01:07:35 PM 
Started by Sparks - Last post by Streak
Huh... I guess I can see why some people would say "No". Those people probably have HO scale/Large scale products and wouldn't want to double dip (like you said). I don't have much HO scale stuff in Bachmann yet. If Bachmann released N Scale engines with CGI designs that have the same quality and detail as the HO/HOn30 line, I might consider purchasing both lines or just the N Scale range. I do agree with that one voter that Bachmann should wait till they're back on their feet before trying a new range.

Speaking of the Tomix range, I'm personally wondering where that will go. Will they make the rest of the products from the old line (Henry, mail vans, the express)? Will they make completely new characters that weren't in the old line? It's funny that Tomix is currently one of the only Japanese Thomas merchandise lines that doesn't have Hiro in it.  Smiley

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 on: Today at 01:05:07 PM 
Started by bbmiroku - Last post by Terry Toenges
I like this bridge from them. I should quit looking before I end up buying something.
https://www.bradfordexchange.com/products/1401015004_timber-trestle-bridge-train-accessory.html



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 on: Today at 12:10:05 PM 
Started by bbmiroku - Last post by Terry Toenges
I wonder if the horse and hearse are actually O scale figures and if they are detachable. I wish they would show different angles.
The second Halloween one is a 2-6-0 but it looks like it is devoid of any detail.
I've seen the Marine one before.
The Budweiser one has a beer wagon on a flat car. The Budweiser ad says 2-6-0 but the picture is showing a 4-6-0.
I've been going through their stuff. They have a lot more things than they did the last time I checked their site years ago.
Their "On30 Scale HO-Gauge Track Accessory Set" says it includes six - 9" radius curves. I emailed them and let them know it was wrong, as well as about the pics of 4-6-0's with the ads saying 2-6-0's.

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 on: Today at 11:58:47 AM 
Started by WoundedBear - Last post by Terry Toenges
While I was in a craft store, I found some some clothes pins that are less than half the size of the regular ones. They come in handy for small jobs. Now, I can reverse them and make them even handier.

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 on: Today at 11:34:29 AM 
Started by Alfred Berg - Last post by Alfred Berg
I have the Bachmann Spectrum 55 ton SHAY  item #82698.  While lubricating the engine.  I noticed as the Tank car was being handled the truck had a lot of movement.  Mine doesn't have that much movement and will derail on 30 degree switches.

  Then it shows two plugs to connect to the engine.  I have the two wires but on a single connection bar, and the wires restrict the movement of the extra tank causing it to derail on 30 degree curves.

  And I only have the single hole connection to the locomotive, not a problem just wondering why the difference?

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