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I ran my MTH UP F3 ABA, 20-2484-1, from 2004 last night and I was immediately reminded of the great value and buying options that MTH has brought to the market. Back on the track after eight years, it looks and sounds incredible. The space between the lead A unit and the B unit was 1/16 inch and the B unit and trailing A unit was.....centimeters. This set can still hold its’ own against any comparable set today. Unfortunately, I”m going to have to baby it a lot more. So Yea, I’m missing Mike Wolf and MTH already.

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@WinstonB posted:

I ran my MTH UP F3 ABA, 20-2484-1, from 2004 last night and I was immediately reminded of the great value and buying options that MTH has brought to the market. Back on the track after eight years, it looks and sounds incredible. The space between the lead A unit and the B unit was 1/16 inch and the B unit and trailing A unit was.....centimeters. This set can still hold its’ own against any comparable set today. Unfortunately, I”m going to have to baby it a lot more. So Yea, I’m missing Mike Wolf and MTH already.

Maybe millimeters?  More than one centimeter would be approaching an inch.  (2.54 centimeters = 1 inch)

But I get it, good solid performing engines that worked well after storage with no issue.

-Dave

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