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Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Michael Looney
 

Here a copy of the second e-mail that I had send, that also didn't come through, so that tell me I can't hit reply to a e-mail from this group, I will have to do it from the site itself.
Michael Looney

Tim:

 Well you might be right, but I answered the man question right away, and there is nothing showing that I did, so if it is Yahoo than I will apology to everyone here for my mistake.

Michael Looney 


Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Tim L
 

Micheal,

You wouldn't be alone in the world in thinking that you were being blocked / moderated / censored with groups that you were a part of because of Yahoo's lameness. I don't know how long you've been on Yahoo Groups for but I've been on this thing for at least the last 15 years and I think a great proportion of Yahoo Groups users would never know how bad it's gotten.

It used to be an email reply was very quick, certainly much quicker than logging in to post via the web interface; now, well the last email reply I sent to a group I'm on took 4 days to appear. The post I made here before was done via the web interface and that took about 20 minutes to appear. Hardly the lightning service it once was.

I'm willing to bet in a few days your original posts will appear here. If not, Yahoo lost them - it happens!

Tim

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Michael Looney
 

Tim:
 I been on here at times way to long I think, and it sound like we started about the same time. I now remember having e-mail taking more than a week to be posted, and it seem my mind has left the building. They say the mind is a terrible thing to waste, but it was so much fun back in the 70"s. I wish that this really happen, but it didn't, and at age 65 I can now blame it on old age, or being a old fart take your pick. I think I am going to go hide under my blanket and start a war with the outside, and see if I can win this time.
Michael Looney 

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

John Hagen
 

Hey Mike.

We all run into this stuff from time to time. It certainly isn’t anything you or the moderators did.

And it is pretty normal to comment on things that appear wrong. I feel your initial apology was more than sufficient; I am not all that convinced that any apology was required albeit your note of explanation is much appreciated.

John Hagen

 

From: SergentEng@... [mailto:SergentEng@...]
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2017 3:27 AM
To: SergentEng@...
Subject: Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

 

 

Okay I think I have found the problem, I replied from the e-mail and not from the site, which I also send a apology from, and it didn't come through, so once again I am sorry.

Michael Looney 

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Michael Looney
 

John:
 I am the type of person that if I make a mistake I say so, and Apology for my mistake, to me it the only right thing to do, I guess you can say I was raised that way many years ago, I think, or at least at times I do try to forgot some of my past. I am waiting for that day when I can I really can't remember, but in my case I will forget the good stuff and, remember the bad stuff..
 Now I have about 40 couplers that I need to put together and see how I am going to install some in the old Keystone Log cars, not sure if I want to cut away the whole bottom of where the coupler will go, or try to trim the opening that they have for a Kadee coupler. I think I will be okay on a MDC Roundhouse Shay, if not then I will need to do the same to it, or maybe rebuild it to hold a Sergent. I have about 40 Blackstone cars to do and two Micro-trains Reefer and about ten Micro-Trains log cars. I am working on four HOn3 MDC Shays, building them and also, repowering them and replacing the gears on the axles, that just slip when you move them. Now the great part of being able to to that, is that NWSL has a video under Seven Street Shop and  it show how to install the new gears and to get it to run quiet and smooth, it also show repowering other engines on the same Facebook page, so check it out if you get the chance, and see how the expert do it. Right now it show about four engine it has repowered with more to come.
Michael Looney 

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Mike Conder
 

Michael, a couple of us had an article in the 2014 HOn3 Annual showing how a number of cars were fitted with Sergent couplers.  IIRC John Niemeyer installed them in a WSLCo log car, don't remember if it was a Durango Press, Keystone or other manufacturer.  Regardless, that article may help with your cars.

Mike Conder.


Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Michael Looney
 

Tim:

 Well you might be right, but I answered the man question right away, and there is nothing showing that I did, so if it is Yahoo than I will apology to everyone here for my mistake.

Michael Looney 




From: SergentEng@... on behalf of egroupstuff@... [SergentEng]
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2017 1:11 AM
To: SergentEng@...
Subject: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS
 
 

I don't think the owner of this group is sitting there approving and denying messages of people who have proven themselves not to be spammers; if he is then he needs a new hobby, like some of the owners and moderators of another group I'm on.

I'm not sure exactly what's happening for you but I find most of the the problems that make people think they are being blocked etc is actually Yahoo itself, I found that a lot of my posts when I replied by email were taking days to get through Yahoo's server, sometime never making it through. If I posted directly from the groups page the messages went straight through.

All of these issues that Yahoo gives us is why many groups have left and gone to either social media (ugh!) or started their own forums on their own websites.

- Tim

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

Andrew
 

Was it by any chance my post about passenger car couplers?

Andrew Porter

On Mar 19, 2017, at 1:47 AM, "Michael Looney excalibur5776@... [SergentEng]" <SergentEng@...> wrote:

 

Tim:

 Well you might be right, but I answered the man question right away, and there is nothing showing that I did, so if it is Yahoo than I will apology to everyone here for my mistake.

Michael Looney 




From: SergentEng@... <SergentEng@...> on behalf of egroupstuff@... [SergentEng] <SergentEng@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2017 1:11 AM
To: SergentEng@...
Subject: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS
 
 

I don't think the owner of this group is sitting there approving and denying messages of people who have proven themselves not to be spammers; if he is then he needs a new hobby, like some of the owners and moderators of another group I'm on.

I'm not sure exactly what's happening for you but I find most of the the problems that make people think they are being blocked etc is actually Yahoo itself, I found that a lot of my posts when I replied by email were taking days to get through Yahoo's server, sometime never making it through. If I posted directly from the groups page the messages went straight through.

All of these issues that Yahoo gives us is why many groups have left and gone to either social media (ugh!) or started their own forums on their own websites.

- Tim

Re: [SergentEng] Source for Mounting Screws Included With EN87A?

Michael Looney
 

Steve you can go to Accurail and they also have the screws you will need.

Michael




From: SergentEng@...
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2017 2:10 PM
To: sergenteng@...
Subject: [SergentEng] Source for Mounting Screws Included With EN87A?
 
 

Hello--
 
Alas, I like the EN87 narrow shank couplers with the Accurail boxes on resin freight cars.  I say alas, because, since the assembled EN87A is no longer available, I don't know where I can find a source of the nice mounting screws that came with them.
 
Can some kind reader please suggest a source?
 
Thanks and regards!
 
Steve Busch
Duncan, SC

Re: [SergentEng] Source for Mounting Screws Included With EN87A?

Morgan Reed
 

Hi,

Micro Fasteners , http://www.microfasteners.com, are an excellent  source of the right screw.  I would recommend the #0 x 1/4 or #0 x5/16 as a good choice you want the sheet meta with the Philips head.  They have a button head screw in #0 but it's too short. Rats!!!

Morgand Reed
 

Re: [SergentEng] Re: HELPING OTHERS

S. Busch
 

Thank you, Michael! 
 
Yahoo finally "delivered" your message back to me about the screws for the EN87A couplers.  I see it took Yahoo about a day and a half to do it, too.   And I also noticed it took nearly 24 hours for Yahoo to post my original enquiry message about the screws!
 
I will be seeing about buying them from Accurail. 
 
Regards - -
 
Steve Busch
Duncan, SC
 

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H type couplers-useful information

Andrew
 

I recently equipped some Rapido Osgood-Bradley "American Flyer" coaches with H type couplers. The H type couplers look really nice and operate as they should (forced me to dial in coupler height perfectly). This car/coupler combination does not work on 30" radius or smaller. I think they would likely need a minimum #6 or possibly #8 turnout for crossovers and definitely work better 34"+ radius.


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do they make rapid transit type couplers,in ho-scale for commuter cars.Thanks.!

Custom Coupler Assembly

Alan Hummel
 

Does anyone still assemble & paint Sergent Couplers for customers since Frank stopped offering assembled couplers? Nathan Rich used to do this,but can't seem to reach him anymore.


If anyone can help me,it would sure be much appreciated.


Thanks to all.

Alan Hummel

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Re: [SergentEng] Custom Coupler Assembly

Nathan Rich
 

I still do, sorry for not getting back sooner... I was about to reply then a train went by...

Nathan


On Apr 6, 2017 07:48, "ahummel72@... [SergentEng]" <SergentEng@...> wrote:
 

Does anyone still assemble & paint Sergent Couplers for customers since Frank stopped offering assembled couplers? Nathan Rich used to do this,but can't seem to reach him anymore.


If anyone can help me,it would sure be much appreciated.


Thanks to all.

Alan Hummel

Re: [SergentEng] Custom Coupler Assembly

Alan Hummel
 

Nathan,

No problem. Sergent's out of stock & has been for at least 3 months on the 144 lower shelf couplers. 

Will keep in touch.
Thanks again.
Al


On Thursday, April 6, 2017 2:36 PM, "Nathan Rich thaddeusthudpucker@... [SergentEng]" wrote:


 
I still do, sorry for not getting back sooner... I was about to reply then a train went by...
Nathan

On Apr 6, 2017 07:48, "ahummel72@... [SergentEng]" <SergentEng@...> wrote:
 
Does anyone still assemble & paint Sergent Couplers for customers since Frank stopped offering assembled couplers? Nathan Rich used to do this,but can't seem to reach him anymore.

If anyone can help me,it would sure be much appreciated.

Thanks to all.
Alan Hummel


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