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DSC Locomotive, New Zealand, (HO Scale, 1:87)
listers_nz @roadwarrior3f8 Sorry, I'm not really sure. I model in 1:120 scale which uses N scale chassis, but the bodies are larger tyhan standard N scale, so what works for me (I used a Kato NW2 chassis) might be too big for HO. Best bet in HO is probably a GE 70-Ton switcher loco chassis, as it is about the same length as a DSC.
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