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- Sat May 25, 2019 3:02 pm
- Forum: Riding Scale Railroading
- Topic: Open Source GE 44 ton 1.6" Diesel locomotive
- Replies: 19
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I've changed my mind (again) got tired of the old one LOL I''m going to 2" scale and 7 1/4 gauge, a friend has loaned me an April 1973 Model Railroader mag that has a center fold the GE 44 tonner, the nice part about 2" scale is just double all the feet into inches , such as 30' = 60" almost to easy.
A friend had the April 1973 Model Railroader which has as the center fold a GE 44 tonner which is a measured drawing , so if I decide to go 2" scale do I just multiply the feet times 2 example 29' X 2 = 58" . my brain is just not being friendly lately.
I have a frame and 2 trucks want to build a GE 44 tonner looking for out side dimentions I went to the diesel shop site and there dims. are all wrong , they show cab dims 9' 1" wide , hood 9' 1" wide and running boards 5' wide which would make the engine 19' 2" wide, I want to build a 2 1/2" scale n...
- Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:20 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Holes with interrupted cuts / offset holes, how to cut?
- Replies: 17
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If these are for you all well and good, if for another person don't charge them and if asked you never saw them.