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    Winter stuff...........
    Bruce Chandler said:
    Glad to see them getting used again!   Nice job on the re-make!  As for who made them, I'm the irresponsible party  ...most are nickel silver, but I got the points and frogs from Llagas Creek.
    Okay, I screwed that ...  more
    Winter stuff...........
    Glad to see them getting used again!   Nice job on the re-make!  As for who made them, I'm the irresponsible party  ...most are nickel silver, but I got the points and frogs from Llagas Creek.
    Dual Rail Bender
    Bill, No hand spiked. it’s Llagas Creek pre-assembled rail on ties. Okay. I wasn’t sure if it would kink instead of bend to the curve I want. Any suggestions?
     
    Thanks
    Jason
    Install & repairing track S.F & Butthead Cove R.R. .
    David Maynard said:
    Or you could use a rail blender.
     
    https://llagascreekrailways.com/collections/accessories/products/rail-blender...  more
    Install & repairing track S.F & Butthead Cove R.R. .
    Or you could use a rail blender.
     
    https://llagascreekrailways.com/collections/accessories/products/rail-blender
     
    Kadee Trucks
    fwiw: I've been using these on my scratchbuilt cars and they are working fine for me with Llagas Creek turnouts, no frog issues or flange width issues that I could tell...
    New Guy form Dayton
    Jim Rowson said:
    Rooster:
     
    Very entertaining how different various styles are. Daniel Smith suggested that I wanted shorter lengths of track to get more "clickity clack" from the wheels. So I ended up cutting my 6 foot aluminum (Llagas Creek 250 gau...  more
    New Guy form Dayton
    Rooster:
     
    Very entertaining how different various styles are. Daniel Smith suggested that I wanted shorter lengths of track to get more "clickity clack" from the wheels. So I ended up cutting my 6 foot aluminum (Llagas Creek 250 gauge) into 3 foot l...  more
    Does anyone have Code 250 track connectors you would part with?
    I wondered that, too, since I have a mix of both. If you open the Llagas joiners, they slide on the Sunset/Accucraft rail with a bit of friendly persuasion, then you can just clamp them back closed. 
     
    Later,
     
    K
    Does anyone have Code 250 track connectors you would part with?
    I mentioned this because I doubt that a LLagas Creek rail joiner would be able to slide onto Sunset Valley or Accucraft rail.