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Author Topic: Graham Farish 64xx tank engine quartering is out how do I adjust it  (Read 197 times)

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Offline Paul-H

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Hi all

I have a Graham Farish 64xx tank engine that's a bit of a tough runner and when on the rolling road it has whitecaps pronounced wobble, I at first thought one of the wheels was off centre but they are ok and now because it often stalls and need quite a bit of persuasion to get going I suspect it might have a quartering issue.

What the correct way to set it up, I tried the MK1 eyeball method but cannot get it quite right.

Any tips for sorting it.

Or any recommendations for a reliable repairer that might beable to sort it for me.

Thanks

Paul
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Re: Graham Farish 64xx tank engine quartering is out how do I adjust it
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2018, 09:50:59 am »
Paul send it to Dr Al of this Forum  as I think Bob Russel of B R Lines is very busy and also a bit expensive .
Bob Tidbury

 

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