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Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2016 05:40 pm
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I dug this up, maybe its irrelevant but it does give good detail as to dimensions of flanges etc if you are having derailments it may help;
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Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2016 06:14 pm
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Joined: Mon Nov 4th, 2013
Some small but interesting differences between your dimensions & the U.S.' NMRA.
Your tightening of track gauge min/max at V and K crossings (not always shown in other track spec tables) is a good idea in my opinion. I haven't built much track but that is exactly what I do; I'm sure it improves tracking.
Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2016 06:43 pm
3 rd Post
A page to use to compare the Australian standards to both normal NMRA HO, and Proto:87 HO, http://www.proto87.org/d/?q=node/3
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