Frank STENGEL

MOC: BR64 with PF

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Here is my 8-wide version of the BR64. I modelled it after the actual lok numbered: 064-019-3. Hence no hole in the water tank above the first driver. This helped a lot: the 9V battery is hidden at that place... I'll post the link to the brickshel folder once it is made public. I will also provide an ldr file for a model almost like the one I present (I made many alterations while building it)

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Being a noob, I can't post with links yet... Anyway, I have a gallery on Brickshelf with the loc. Search for user fstengel...

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I've seen the inner 9 volts battery and the power button, I use the same system with my locomotives :thumbup:

Guess where I got the idea? default_blush.gif

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Hi Frank, I just looked at your pictures on brickshelf. This is a beautiful engine.

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Hey Stengel, how does the flanged wheel spacing on your GREAT BR64 like standard lego curves and switches?

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I haven't found any problems with the spacing. I had to slightly modify the front and back trucks to prevent them from jumping track.

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Thank you, this helps me as I am just finishing a steamer and wanted to make sure i wasn't going to use bad spacing. thanks for your help.

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