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 Posted: Fri May 9th, 2014 07:13 pm
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Hello all,
          As i have stated in the title, a fine and as new, J72 from Mainline, and,  i am able to get  two more and just the  same condition, so, would love to find the best and safest way to complete the request stated above; thinking of motion and if possible, sound,  not greedy on other add ons :), thanks for any/all advice/help given, and, PLEASE, a nice lot of pics and sketches would not go a miss:mutley......

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Found this link
http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/15582-mainline-j72/

by Googling mainline j72 decoder - plenty of others as well



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Hi,
    Thanks for the reply, the site you gave is one i have looked at and i must say that its due to how the person explains the ins and outs of the J72 conversion, it is not that easy to understand where and what certain you have to actually do, very confusing indeed...

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