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  • #46
    Thanks for the how-to's Verne. Neat little locos and a fun video.

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    • #47
      "All those crazy hours making molds & castings & packing them into kits really "pays off" when I see the kits built up so beautifully "

      and here i am cutting up the cab from those kits

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      • #48
        No update, bumped the thread so a friend could find it...

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        • #49
          Took a second to watch the video, they're great!

          So that makes em fit right in for sure!
          That\'s fine, it\'ll make another trip kid.



          Paul

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          • #50
            My Schnozzer arrived yesterday! I've got the cab together and primed. Ordered the electronics and deciding on a paint scheme. Very exciting indeed.

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            • #51
              Verne, do you have any troubles with heat from the TSU-750 with the glass in the windows? I'm wondering whether to leave them out for ventilation.

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              • #52
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                Originally posted by brownbr


                Verne, do you have any troubles with heat from the TSU-750 with the glass in the windows? I'm wondering whether to leave them out for ventilation.


                Bryan, I left the windows open on the sides where the crewmembers sit, so the engineer can have his arm on the window sill...and to provide ventilation. Most important is the brass heat sink, the TSU-750 will overheat and give you problems unless you provide a large metal heat sink.

                Have fun!

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