Lionel dump car parts

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160-1 Unloading Bin
257-42 Lower Piston Rivet
3359-5 Coil
3559-13 Bottom 4-36 x 1/8" RHI Screw
3659-10 Plunger
3659-11 Plunger Rod
3659-12 Plunger Assembly
3659-13 End Pivot
3659-14 Motor Complete for #3659
3659-17 Coil for #3659 *
3659-17 Segment *
3659-18 Spring
3659-18 Spring
3659-19 Segment
3659-2 End R.H.
3659-20 Latch
3659-24 Insulating Washer
3659-28 Hopper Assembly
3659-3 End L.H.
3659-5 End Bracket
3659-6 Cover 4-40 x 1/8" RHI Screw
3659-7 Pinion
3659-9 Square Shaft
3859-17 Coil & Leads
3859-4 Motor Complete for #3859
3859-5 Coil for #3859
600-4 Retaining Washer
620-19 Brake Wheel & Axle
831-2 Brake Wheel Support

*Not sure why the part difference in the prewar vs postwar docs...

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santa fe posted:

Drtinker want to charge  $30.00 on parts min $8.00 shipping! WOW!TO MUCH FOR ME. FOR TWO SMALL PIECES

I think you will find that is not unusual today. It isn't economical for a business to sell small quantities of a custom/unique mix of inexpensive parts. I usually keep a parts list going and when it gets large enough, I place an order.

In my experience, Olsen's and Jeff Kane (TTender) do not have parts minimums, but you are paying $5-6 shipping anyways.

There are also parts vendors that sometimes are at the local train shows and you can buy a small quantity of parts with out minimums AND without shipping AND sometimes with "tax included".

 Hey Santa Fe, nice job on your in-house fabrication of the part you needed. Somewhere in my archives I have a dump car I was going to restore. Mechanically it was in very good condition and I’m sure the parts you are looking for are very usable. However, now that you fabricated your own part, maybe you are all set, if not let me know and I’ll dig the unit out And sell it to you at a very reasonable price. Let me know, Jim

O Gauge Jim posted:

 Hey Santa Fe, nice job on your in-house fabrication of the part you needed. Somewhere in my archives I have a dump car I was going to restore. Mechanically it was in very good condition and I’m sure the parts you are looking for are very usable. However, now that you fabricated your own part, maybe you are all set, if not let me know and I’ll dig the unit out And sell it to you at a very reasonable price. Let me know, Jim

Yes Jim. I would like to have the part.Thank you.How much for the part

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