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This tender has been designed to fit both the Furness D1, E1 Tender and the Cambrian 'Albion' SPC (Small Passenger Loco) Tender bodies.
Three types of brake pads have been sprued on the top, cut them off with the majority of length retained and trim them down relative to your wheel back to backs and gauge settings.
The curved shamfered front will slot in at an angle and the rear needs to be screwed in with a 10BA bolt. A nut isn't needed on the body unless you want one as it will self tap.
You will need 3' 6" wheels and axles, some 2mm 'straw hat' bearings/bushes and some spacing washers to keep the wheel insides the right distance from the chassis. More washers will reduce sideplay, less increase etc.
Brake gear hasn't been modelled as it would be too thin to look respectable, thicker would risk it not printing yet using brass rod and such like will give best results.