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Peco Track?

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Peco Track?
Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, August 24, 2003 5:34 PM
I'm interested in hearing the opinions of anyone who has used Peco's G gauge (45mm) flex track as dfar as it durability, performance and whether or not a railbender is necessary since it is code 250?

I have used Peco products extensively in HO and N and would like to hear other's opinion about large scale before I make a track brand decision.

Thanks! [:)]

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Peco Track?
Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, August 24, 2003 5:34 PM
I'm interested in hearing the opinions of anyone who has used Peco's G gauge (45mm) flex track as dfar as it durability, performance and whether or not a railbender is necessary since it is code 250?

I have used Peco products extensively in HO and N and would like to hear other's opinion about large scale before I make a track brand decision.

Thanks! [:)]

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    April 2003
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, August 26, 2003 5:47 PM
It also comes in code 200, switches ar good. Makesure your equipment's flanges on the wheels will pass through the frog.
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, August 26, 2003 5:47 PM
It also comes in code 200, switches ar good. Makesure your equipment's flanges on the wheels will pass through the frog.
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Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, August 30, 2003 3:44 PM
Hi
I am not sure about the 'bendability' of Peco's G scale track (i have used O scale and this works fine) but Peco have an outside layout at their factory/shop complex and this has been there for a few years (and if it can survive in our climate over here it must be good!!!)

Ian Dunn
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Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, August 30, 2003 3:44 PM
Hi
I am not sure about the 'bendability' of Peco's G scale track (i have used O scale and this works fine) but Peco have an outside layout at their factory/shop complex and this has been there for a few years (and if it can survive in our climate over here it must be good!!!)

Ian Dunn

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