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cananian commented on Chassis Boston Type 8 LRV Breda by Tramspotters
March 10, 2016
Chassis Boston Type 8 LRV Breda
cananian Which Halling drive is intended to be fitted to this? Something from http://www.halling.at/en/Accessories/Drives ? And are both back and front intended to be powered trucks?
cananian Looking forward to seeing the shell for this one! Also, you might consider adding the tags "MBTA" and "HO scale" to your Boston models, so they show up better in searches.
cananian commented on N Boston 0600 by islandmodelworks
March 9, 2016
N Boston 0600
cananian Consider adding the "MBTA" and "N scale" tags to this? I'm also really hoping to see the red line 1800s in N scale in your shapeways shop eventually.
Kinki Boston Chassis for Bowser parts
cananian Do you have any suggestions on what couplers to use?
cananian Very nice work overall, btw. I dry fitted all the pieces together and in general everything looks very nice. I'll send you some pictures after I paint and wire everything up.
cananian The bumps on the bottom of the center truck are spaced a bit wider than the axle slots on the top piece. Again, a little work with an xacto knife should be able to put this right.
cananian The hole spacing on the wheel side frames is a little smaller than the pegs on the 26" bowser mechanism. I should be able to do a bit of work with an xacto knife to make the work, though.
cananian What are the long thin things in the back right of the preview image?
cananian This uses the 26" Bowser mechanism from http://www.bowser-trains.com/history/streetcarparts.html right? How does the middle truck work?
cananian commented on Part A Kinki Boston by Tramspotters
February 12, 2016
Part A Kinki Boston
cananian The hole in the top of this is for mounting a pantograph, presumably? Did you use a commercially-available pantograph, or did you scratch-build it?
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