pine board 1x4?
real small needle nose pliers?
6 inch mill file?
(micro engineering ... smallest they make)
(local lumber store ... no homasote... no cork)
(radio shack has em)
(need a bag of regular and turnout[long])
(yellow glue [alaphatic resin] ... hardware store)
(we have them here - Rollee Holders)
(code 55 for HO - HOn3 is 75 lb. rail fits all flanges)
(micro engineering ... hobby shop)
(flush cutters at radio shack ... or PBL or Zuron)
( regular file ... at hardware store)
I think that's all .... as I do the steps I might add something but
this will get everybody started.
Any questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 0 Important please read
Step 1 Day one cutting the parts for the HOn3 code55 #6 turnout.
Day One instructions
Step 2 Assembling the frog and finishing the points
Day Two instructions
Step 3 Assembling the turnout and spiking or soldering to wood
or pc ties.
Day Three instructions
Step 4 Attaching the gaurd rails and the throw-bar and accu-gauging
with the NMRA gauge
... Also deciding on regular or DCC gapping for the turnout.
Day Four instructions
Step 5 Glueing down the ties and installing the turnout on the
Day Five instructions
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