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 Posted: Tue Oct 16th, 2007 01:15 pm
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Perry supplied this info on a previous forum.

On the old forum, Boilermaker asked if catch points were available. The old forum crashed shortly after I answered this query so I don't know if the information was received or not.

I seemed to recall that Peco produced catch points at some stage so I did a quick search and found these:

http://www.mainlytrains.co.uk/acatalog/4mm-tra-tra-pec-points.html

PESL084 and PESL085 may be what you are looking for?

I have no doubt that there are other suppliers out there too.

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Just to update this.
Peco Code 100 = SL84 & SL85
Peo Code 75 = SL184 & SL185

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Thanks Sol, it's best to keep up to date if we can.



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Sol wrote:Just to update this.
Peco Code 100 = SL84 & SL85
Peo Code 75 = SL184 & SL185


Typically "British" Sol !!! Most people would think the extra "1" in the code meant it was Code 100 rail. :? :?

On the other hand, it could be the problem is "down under" 8) 8)

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"problems" - nah, we left them all behind when we came "Down under" on sailing boats a few years ago

Anyway, Code 75 & 100 - I solved that by using code 82 :P

I just had a squizz at the Peco catalogue & they have some type of numbering order for each scale. Excluding the flex track.,
00 Setrack is ST2xx
00 Code 100 is Slxx
00 Code 75 is SL1xx
H0 Code 83 is SL83xx
H0m is SL14xx
H0e/009 is SL4xx
N is SL3xx
N Setrack is STx
0 is SL7xx
0n30/ 0-16.5 is SL5xx
Gauge 1 is SL8
G45 is St/Sl9xx
SM32 is SL6xx
Z is SL2xx

so by quoting SL & the first number, we all know what gauge/scale we are talking about, don't we :?:

( TT/3mm doesn't exist according the Peco)


Ys, OK a bit off topic - I will smack my knuckles after I send this. :roll:

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Must make sense to Peco - somehow !!! :lol: :lol:

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