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 Posted: Fri Apr 2nd, 2010 09:58 pm
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mopman



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Come on James, man up :bg: and just lay the thing.  So if you make a mistake, you learn.  Come over and I'll show you the best way to get 'er done.  Or if youwant to go it alone, before you lay the first one on the layout, build one at the work bench just for practice, then go to it.  After the first two turnouts, it will start to come natural and you'll wonder why you didn't start sooner.  Besides, a stub switch is easier to lay than a point switch.  As you know I have laid a couple of turnouts in my life time and I know you can do it.  The work you did on your ore cars was super.  :apl:



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