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These are leftover parts from an RC airplane.  They attach to a servo pushrod and hold it in place to the aircraft.  If I add some shrink tube, what could we use them for on the train layout?

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I obtained this fine fellow a few weeks ago in a bag of people I purchased from Trainz.  He looks like he's trying to throw a frisbee.  But the item in his hand is not round.  In my initial look at this character, he appeared to be in a different action pose.

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Now comes the fun part.  Find something to make out of that leftover hardware.  How about a skateboard?

Look at him fly down that hill.  His friend on roller skates (also in the bag of people) has second thoughts and just waives.  Hopefully not goodbye forever.

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Have fun!

Ron

 

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@Dave45681 posted:

Your van has a really good transmission too with the hill it's conquering, I think!

-Dave

Thanks Dave, 

I was considering putting this on the "Do your Upper and Lower levels connect" thread.  My son and I were agonizing for a while how cars could get to and from the upper level.  We came up with some complex ideas that would take a lot of space, time and effort.

Then I did this.  Just moved a building, put in the grade and said, Done... pretend it's San Francisco.

Have Fun!

Ron

Hill2Hill1

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@Ron045 posted:

Thanks Dave, 

I was considering putting this on the "Do your Upper and Lower levels connect" thread.  My son and I were agonizing for a while how cars could get to and from the upper level.  We came up with some complex ideas that would take a lot of space, time and effort.

Then I did this.  Just moved a building, put in the grade and said, Done... pretend it's San Francisco.

Have Fun!

Ron

Hill2Hill1

Temporary repair following most recent earthquake.

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