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Just a quick question before I make a mistake, if I am connecting two points toe to toe, do I need to use insulated rail joiners?  I know what to do at the heel, just checking where two connect at the toes....  Thanks
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Michael, toe or heel, which is which? Joining two turnouts, electrofrog to make a crossover. yes Insulated on the crossover part. Others maybe needed depending on track plan & if DC or DCC ! A plan would help in offering the correct answer.



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Gaps or insulators yes. 

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https://www.dccconcepts.com/manual/dcc-advice-11-wiring-pointwork-and-special-track-conditions-for-dc-or-dcc/

describes toe & heel   and where insulators go.



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Make sure you use some sort of interlocking.

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