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Offline Richard G Dallimore

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Re: NN3
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2016, 06:36:15 PM »
I would try to avoid gradients in all model railway settings, but the Z gauge locos are very good chassis particularly if you get the newer 5 pole motor.

Can I also point out that I still have available my 3D printed wagons www.countyrollingstock.co.uk

If buying Marklin chassis try to get the 5 pole motor chassis if possible, identifiable by having lots of cogs on show on the underside of the loco. From memory the 3 pole has 2or3 cogs the 5 pole more than that.
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Re: NN3
« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2016, 06:43:00 PM »
I would try to avoid gradients in all model railway settings, but the Z gauge locos are very good chassis particularly if you get the newer 5 pole motor.

Can I also point out that I still have available my 3D printed wagons www.countyrollingstock.co.uk

If buying Marklin chassis try to get the 5 pole motor chassis if possible, identifiable by having lots of cogs on show on the underside of the loco. From memory the 3 pole has 2or3 cogs the 5 pole more than that.


Yes it's either have a steep gradient or do without I think in this case. Very helpful to know about the different marklin chassis. I had already planned on using your kits! :)

 

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