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 Posted: Sun Nov 6th, 2011 04:05 pm
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W C Greene



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There have been several conversions of the loco. The C&S loco with air tanks atop the boiler seem to be the candidate since most guys are modeling Colorado roads in On3. The Grandt parts are just spacers but add lots to the finished loco. If you want to model On3, this is perhaps as inexpensive as it gets for a "decent" loco. The Bachmann loco runs quite well and actually looks much better on On3 track or even standard gauge O scale track (I did one of those also). For the amount of time it takes and the finished results, I think that it's worth the trouble.
Woodie



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