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  1. Thank you for your efforts here. My, what an adventure you must have had. Some great shots full of detail! Much appreciated. Carl
  2. Stefan, let me say I am not sorry for "all this technical stuff" as it has confirmed for me what I must do to make the Tank Workshop kit at least look correct. I feel that a lot of patience and some scratch building will do so. So again let me express my gratitude for taking time from your busy day and providing such detailed explanation. Carl
  3. First, WOW! I never thought you'd go to so much trouble and I can't thank you enough. Second, my confusion came from the Tank Workshop's instructions about spring install. They also state the journals are to be left free to move, held in p!ace by a spacer tube. The entire assembly didn't match any references. Third, I have no online footprint, as such, no links, etc. But again, thank you for your help.
  4. Greetings, masterful work, IMHO. I am a live steamer, I work in 1/8th scale. I own an Allen 2-6-0 Mogul in that scale. I must say the level of detail which you have achieved is equal to or greater than many I have seen at Live Steam events. Talk about a "river counter"LOL. I would like to ask a question about the BR-52. Did all examples produced have equalized suspension? In other words, were all prototypes sprung the same way? I ask because I have a Tank Workshop version of this Loco and the instructions say to mount the springs directly to the frame below the journal boxes. No provision for
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