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Re: did anybody make their own truck journal tuning tool?

Ric Case
 

Lloyd I have one that was made by the manufacturer years ago!
A friend had them produced after discussion at one of the national conventions. Unfortunately I have lost my spares to loaning out and not getting them back!
A few of them were lost due to deaths! Kids dispersed
 of modeling tools with out asking their modeling friends! 
I can post pictures of both standard and broad gauge. 

I will need to go up stairs later and retrieve the digital calipers! 
Then I will post the statistics! If you want!

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Sep 26, 2020, at 8:01 PM, lloyd lehrer <lloydlehrer@...> wrote:


if so What did you use and what if your success like when using it.  I am thinking of cutting down a micromark one from SG to NG
lloyd lehrer, MANHATTAN BEACH, CA (310)951-9097

--
lloyd lehrer


did anybody make their own truck journal tuning tool?

lloyd lehrer
 

if so What did you use and what if your success like when using it.  I am thinking of cutting down a micromark one from SG to NG
lloyd lehrer, MANHATTAN BEACH, CA (310)951-9097

--
lloyd lehrer


Re: Key c-18 # 316

Climax@...
 

See there you go. assuming the holes were to let the sound out.  Its to let the sound in!

Mule

-----Original Message-----
From: "Robert Veefkind via groups.io"
Sent: Sep 26, 2020 4:51 PM
To: hon3@groups.io
Subject: [HOn3] Key c-18 # 316


This fine model is drilled for sound but I don't see a way to take the tender apart. Are my eyes that bad ?


Re: Key c-18 # 316

Richard Johnson
 

Nope, the tenders are soldered and factory painted. 
A big oops by the MFG.
Good luck with it.
Regards all
Rich Johnson

www.RichardSJohnson.net 

"Those who enjoy freedom must endeavor to preserve it."


"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms"
Thomas Jefferson




From: HOn3@groups.io <HOn3@groups.io> on behalf of Robert Veefkind via groups.io <snookdust@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2020 1:51 PM
To: hon3@groups.io <hon3@groups.io>
Subject: [HOn3] Key c-18 # 316
 

This fine model is drilled for sound but I don't see a way to take the tender apart. Are my eyes that bad ?


Key c-18 # 316

Robert Veefkind
 


This fine model is drilled for sound but I don't see a way to take the tender apart. Are my eyes that bad ?


Re: BLACKSTONE C-19s FOR SALE

Ed Stauffer
 

Interested in EITHER the 343 OR the 346. Email sent.

Ed


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Brian Kopp
 

Will definitely be trying that trick....got to go find my Kadee 1-72 tap set now....
--
Brian Kopp
Jacksonville, FL


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bruce
 

Kinda what we/I  thought, just needed you to confirm.  GREAT idea!

With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie
419-602-3584
in2trains@...

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 5:20 PM Bill Miller via groups.io <ebteng18=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
You are not taping the bearing for a 1-72 screw , you are cleaning out the bearing hole.  There is material from the printing process fowling the bearing surface in the side-frames that once removed allows for a smooth rolling truck. The end of a 1-72 tap works well.

 Bill Miller

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Lewis <narrowrails12@...>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 4:51 pm
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller,

I'm with Bruce and Bill....please explain!

Mark Lewis 
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Mark Lewis
 

Thanks, Bill.

Mark Lewis 

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 5:20 PM Bill Miller via groups.io <ebteng18=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
You are not taping the bearing for a 1-72 screw , you are cleaning out the bearing hole.  There is material from the printing process fowling the bearing surface in the side-frames that once removed allows for a smooth rolling truck. The end of a 1-72 tap works well.

 Bill Miller

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Lewis <narrowrails12@...>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 4:51 pm
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller,

I'm with Bruce and Bill....please explain!

Mark Lewis 
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller
 

You are not taping the bearing for a 1-72 screw , you are cleaning out the bearing hole.  There is material from the printing process fowling the bearing surface in the side-frames that once removed allows for a smooth rolling truck. The end of a 1-72 tap works well.

 Bill Miller

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Lewis <narrowrails12@...>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 4:51 pm
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller,

I'm with Bruce and Bill....please explain!

Mark Lewis 
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Mark Lewis
 

Bill Miller,

I'm with Bruce and Bill....please explain!

Mark Lewis 
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bruce
 

I'm with Bill.  A tap?  Who (obviously Bill Miller!) would have thought of it?


With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie 
419-602-3584 cell



On Fri, Sep 25, 2020 at 4:09 PM Bill Lugg <luggw1@...> wrote:
That was unexpected.  :o)  I assume the taper on the end of the tap
matches that of the bearing holes?


Thanks
Bill Lugg


On 9/25/20 12:26 PM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
> With a 1-72 tap.
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Lugg <luggw1@...>
> To: HOn3@groups.io
> Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 2:06 pm
> Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?
>
> How do you smooth out the holes on these trucks?
>
> Thanks
> Bill Lugg
>
>
> On 9/25/20 11:50 AM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
> > I have a number of Western-Rails models and most have their trucks
> > under them.  Their trucks are very well detailed but the early ones
> > done by Shapeways in FUD (Fine Ultra Detail) white plastic were very
> > brittle and easy to break while installing the wheel sets until you
> > learned the tricks to getting them in the side frames . Later W-Rs/
> > Shapeways increased the thickness which helped
> >
> > A New gray material is used on the newest trucks which is much more
> > forgiving. Western Rails trucks don't roll as freely as Blackstone's /
> > Micro Trains, with out some work but they do run true which is a great
> > help keeping them on the track. You need to smooth out the bearing
> > holes for free rolling trucks. Just part of the printing process that
> > the bearing holes are not smooth off the printer.
> >
> > I have a number of their EBT Boxcars and hoppers (a early 800 series 2
> > bay hopper and a four bay hopper)  The cars are much like the old C&BT
> > shops kits of the three bay hoppers.  Not all the detail parts are in
> > the box and you will need to buy brake gear to add to the car. Think
> > Tichy split K type.
> >
> > Western-Rails has EBT, C&S, SPNG, D&RGW and ET&WNC rolling stock
> > available on their web-site.
> >
> >  Narrow Gauge Unlimited on Shapeways also has some EBT cars as well as
> > D&RGW and C&S.
> >
> >  I am very pleased with what I have purchased 3-D printed from all the
> > vendors who do HO Narrow Gauge 3-D prints
> >
> >  Bill Miller..............
> >
> >
> > From: Bruce <in2trains@... <mailto:in2trains@...>>
> > To: HOn3@groups.io <mailto:HOn3@groups.io>
> > Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 8:11 am
> > Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?
> >
> > any trucksRuss,
> >
> > If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please
> > let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of
> > detail.
> >
> > With cinders in your eyes,
> > Bruce Bowie
> > 419-602-3584
> > in2trains@... <mailto:in2trains@...>
> <mailto:in2trains@... <mailto:in2trains@...>>
> >
> > On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...
> <mailto:rbnorrisjr@...>
> > <mailto:rbnorrisjr@... <mailto:rbnorrisjr@...>>> wrote:
> >
> >    Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling
> >    stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is
> >    comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out.
> >
> >    Russ
> >
> >
> >
> >    On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy
> <bdunlevy@... <mailto:bdunlevy@...>
> >    <mailto:bdunlevy@... <mailto:bdunlevy@...>>> wrote:
> >
> >        Russ,
> >
> >        You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks.
> >        They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair.
> >        They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.
> >
> > https://westernrails.com/product/tr03/
> > https://westernrails.com/product/hc05/
> >        Bruce Dunlevy
> >>
> >>
> >
> >    --
> >    Russ Norris, MMR
> >    Cape Cod, Massachusetts
> > http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
>






Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Lugg
 

That was unexpected.  :o)  I assume the taper on the end of the tap matches that of the bearing holes?


Thanks
Bill Lugg

On 9/25/20 12:26 PM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
With a 1-72 tap.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Lugg <luggw1@risebroadband.net>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 2:06 pm
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

How do you smooth out the holes on these trucks?

Thanks
Bill Lugg


On 9/25/20 11:50 AM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
I have a number of Western-Rails models and most have their trucks
under them.  Their trucks are very well detailed but the early ones
done by Shapeways in FUD (Fine Ultra Detail) white plastic were very
brittle and easy to break while installing the wheel sets until you
learned the tricks to getting them in the side frames . Later W-Rs/
Shapeways increased the thickness which helped

A New gray material is used on the newest trucks which is much more
forgiving. Western Rails trucks don't roll as freely as Blackstone's /
Micro Trains, with out some work but they do run true which is a great
help keeping them on the track. You need to smooth out the bearing
holes for free rolling trucks. Just part of the printing process that
the bearing holes are not smooth off the printer.

I have a number of their EBT Boxcars and hoppers (a early 800 series 2
bay hopper and a four bay hopper)  The cars are much like the old C&BT
shops kits of the three bay hoppers.  Not all the detail parts are in
the box and you will need to buy brake gear to add to the car. Think
Tichy split K type.

Western-Rails has EBT, C&S, SPNG, D&RGW and ET&WNC rolling stock
available on their web-site.

 Narrow Gauge Unlimited on Shapeways also has some EBT cars as well as
D&RGW and C&S.

 I am very pleased with what I have purchased 3-D printed from all the
vendors who do HO Narrow Gauge 3-D prints

 Bill Miller..............


From: Bruce <in2trains@gmail.com <mailto:in2trains@gmail.com>>
To: HOn3@groups.io <mailto:HOn3@groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 8:11 am
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

any trucksRuss,

If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please
let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of
detail.

With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie
419-602-3584
in2trains@gmail.com <mailto:in2trains@gmail.com>
<mailto:in2trains@gmail.com <mailto:in2trains@gmail.com>>

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@gmail.com
<mailto:rbnorrisjr@gmail.com>
<mailto:rbnorrisjr@gmail.com <mailto:rbnorrisjr@gmail.com>>> wrote:

    Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling
    stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is
    comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out.

    Russ



    On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy
<bdunlevy@comcast.net <mailto:bdunlevy@comcast.net>
    <mailto:bdunlevy@comcast.net <mailto:bdunlevy@comcast.net>>> wrote:

        Russ,

        You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks.
        They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair.
        They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.

https://westernrails.com/product/tr03/
https://westernrails.com/product/hc05/
        Bruce Dunlevy

    --
    Russ Norris, MMR
    Cape Cod, Massachusetts
http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/





Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller
 

With a 1-72 tap.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Lugg <luggw1@...>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 2:06 pm
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

How do you smooth out the holes on these trucks?

Thanks
Bill Lugg


On 9/25/20 11:50 AM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
> I have a number of Western-Rails models and most have their trucks
> under them.  Their trucks are very well detailed but the early ones
> done by Shapeways in FUD (Fine Ultra Detail) white plastic were very
> brittle and easy to break while installing the wheel sets until you
> learned the tricks to getting them in the side frames . Later W-Rs/
> Shapeways increased the thickness which helped
>
> A New gray material is used on the newest trucks which is much more
> forgiving. Western Rails trucks don't roll as freely as Blackstone's /
> Micro Trains, with out some work but they do run true which is a great
> help keeping them on the track. You need to smooth out the bearing
> holes for free rolling trucks. Just part of the printing process that
> the bearing holes are not smooth off the printer.
>
> I have a number of their EBT Boxcars and hoppers (a early 800 series 2
> bay hopper and a four bay hopper)  The cars are much like the old C&BT
> shops kits of the three bay hoppers.  Not all the detail parts are in
> the box and you will need to buy brake gear to add to the car. Think
> Tichy split K type.
>
> Western-Rails has EBT, C&S, SPNG, D&RGW and ET&WNC rolling stock
> available on their web-site.
>
>  Narrow Gauge Unlimited on Shapeways also has some EBT cars as well as
> D&RGW and C&S.
>
>  I am very pleased with what I have purchased 3-D printed from all the
> vendors who do HO Narrow Gauge 3-D prints
>
>  Bill Miller..............
>
>
> From: Bruce <in2trains@...>
> To: HOn3@groups.io
> Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 8:11 am
> Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?
>
> any trucksRuss,
>
> If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please
> let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of
> detail.
>
> With cinders in your eyes,
> Bruce Bowie
> 419-602-3584
> in2trains@... <mailto:in2trains@...>
>
> On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...
> <mailto:rbnorrisjr@...>> wrote:
>
>    Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling
>    stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is
>    comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out.
>
>    Russ
>
>
>
>    On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy <bdunlevy@...
>    <mailto:bdunlevy@...>> wrote:
>
>        Russ,
>
>        You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks. 
>        They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair. 
>        They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.
>
>        https://westernrails.com/product/tr03/
>        https://westernrails.com/product/hc05/
>        Bruce Dunlevy
>>
>>
>
>    --
>    Russ Norris, MMR
>    Cape Cod, Massachusetts
>    http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/
>
>





Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Lugg
 

How do you smooth out the holes on these trucks?

Thanks
Bill Lugg

On 9/25/20 11:50 AM, Bill Miller via groups.io wrote:
I have a number of Western-Rails models and most have their trucks under them.  Their trucks are very well detailed but the early ones done by Shapeways in FUD (Fine Ultra Detail) white plastic were very brittle and easy to break while installing the wheel sets until you learned the tricks to getting them in the side frames . Later W-Rs/ Shapeways increased the thickness which helped

A New gray material is used on the newest trucks which is much more forgiving. Western Rails trucks don't roll as freely as Blackstone's / Micro Trains, with out some work but they do run true which is a great help keeping them on the track. You need to smooth out the bearing holes for free rolling trucks. Just part of the printing process that the bearing holes are not smooth off the printer.

I have a number of their EBT Boxcars and hoppers (a early 800 series 2 bay hopper and a four bay hopper)  The cars are much like the old C&BT shops kits of the three bay hoppers.  Not all the detail parts are in the box and you will need to buy brake gear to add to the car. Think Tichy split K type.

Western-Rails has EBT, C&S, SPNG, D&RGW and ET&WNC rolling stock available on their web-site.

 Narrow Gauge Unlimited on Shapeways also has some EBT cars as well as D&RGW and C&S.

 I am very pleased with what I have purchased 3-D printed from all the vendors who do HO Narrow Gauge 3-D prints

 Bill Miller..............


From: Bruce <in2trains@gmail.com>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 8:11 am
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

any trucksRuss,

If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of detail.

With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie
419-602-3584
in2trains@gmail.com <mailto:in2trains@gmail.com>

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@gmail.com <mailto:rbnorrisjr@gmail.com>> wrote:

Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling
stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is
comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out.

Russ



On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy <bdunlevy@comcast.net
<mailto:bdunlevy@comcast.net>> wrote:

Russ,

You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks. 
They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair. 
They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.

https://westernrails.com/product/tr03/
https://westernrails.com/product/hc05/
Bruce Dunlevy

--
Russ Norris, MMR
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bill Miller
 

I have a number of Western-Rails models and most have their trucks under them.  Their trucks are very well detailed but the early ones done by Shapeways in FUD (Fine Ultra Detail) white plastic were very brittle and easy to break while installing the wheel sets until you learned the tricks to getting them in the side frames . Later W-Rs/ Shapeways increased the thickness which helped 

A New gray material is used on the newest trucks which is much more forgiving. Western Rails trucks don't roll as freely as Blackstone's / Micro Trains, with out some work but they do run true which is a great help keeping them on the track. You need to smooth out the bearing holes for free rolling trucks. Just part of the printing process that the bearing holes are not smooth off the printer.

I have a number of their EBT Boxcars and hoppers (a early 800 series 2 bay hopper and a four bay hopper)  The cars are much like the old C&BT shops kits of the three bay hoppers.  Not all the detail parts are in the box and you will need to buy brake gear to add to the car. Think Tichy split K type.

Western-Rails has EBT, C&S, SPNG, D&RGW and ET&WNC rolling stock available on their web-site.

 Narrow Gauge Unlimited on Shapeways also has some EBT cars as well as D&RGW and C&S.  

 I am very pleased with what I have purchased 3-D printed from all the vendors who do HO Narrow Gauge 3-D prints

 Bill Miller..............


From: Bruce <in2trains@...>
To: HOn3@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 25, 2020 8:11 am
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

any trucksRuss,

If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of detail.

With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie
419-602-3584
in2trains@...

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:
Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out. 

Russ



On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy <bdunlevy@...> wrote:
Russ,

You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks.  They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair.  They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.

 
Bruce Dunlevy


--
Russ Norris, MMR
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/


Previoius post email

cdp48
 

That email address should include yahoo.com


BLACKSTONE C-19s FOR SALE

cdp48
 

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C-19s—non-weathered
 
343 Royal Gorge
346 Royal Gorge
347 Royal Gorge (green boiler)
Unlettered 
 
$395.00 for the lettered, $375.00 for the unlettered.  All have sound
 
Shipping:  FREE to US destinations.  
All are new (bought from a dealer) except the unlettered C-19 (no wear shown, but I bought it from a private party who bought it from a dealer).  All have been inspected and test run by the dealer to insure good running, sound works etc.   
If interested contact me at cdp48@....  Payment via PayPal Friend/Family option only.  I


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Bruce
 

any trucksRuss,

If you, or another group member, buys any Western Rails trucks please let the group know your thoughts on their rolling quality and level of detail.

With cinders in your eyes,
Bruce Bowie
419-602-3584
in2trains@...

On Fri, Sep 25, 2020, 6:21 AM Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:
Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out. 

Russ



On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy <bdunlevy@...> wrote:
Russ,

You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks.  They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair.  They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.

 
Bruce Dunlevy


--
Russ Norris, MMR
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/


Re: Is there market "demand" for 3D printed HOn3 trucks?

Russ Norris
 

Thanks Bruce.  I already have some of their printed rolling stock.  I didn't know they did trucks as well.  And $12 is comparable to the Blackstones.  I will have to check them out. 

Russ



On Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 11:08 PM Bruce Dunlevy <bdunlevy@...> wrote:
Russ,

You might try Western Rails.  They 3D print Vulcan trucks.  They can supply Kadee wheelsets for a total of $12 a pair.  They also have a new 3D printed EBT hopper in seven variations.

 
Bruce Dunlevy


--
Russ Norris, MMR
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
http://blacklogvalleyrailroad.blogspot.com/

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