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 Posted: Fri Jan 5th, 2018 04:31 pm
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Western Way
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I have had a lot of questions from people asking if this system works on curves on here and other forums, the club, face book etc so in answer I have made a video. 


The track is not very even, just some old stuff tacked to a board.




https://youtu.be/dM7qnIcDNZ8



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Coupling system choice is often a bone of contention with modellers, as one size simply does not fit the requirements of all!

Your system looks prototypically unobtrusive and I like the auto coupling ability.

Always useful to have a circle of track for running in purposes John, so worry not, as you have a tick in that box.

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Thank you Bill, your reply's to my posts always give me a bit more confidence.

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