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Hello MTH Parts Staff,

I hope that someone sees this request for information.  But first, I urge you to put categories of locomotives next to the traction part numbers.  The only traction tire part number for a specific type of locomotive is the GE 44 tonner.  Listing the type of locomotive next to the traction tire part number would be an immense help.  I know that most diesels and electrics use traction tire part DE-0000018; however, I don't know which traction tires are associated with the engines listed below.  Could you send me the traction tire part number for the engines below.  Thanks

Traction tire part numbers

Catalog #

Locomotive type

Traction tire #



Electrics



20-5561-1

Pennsylvania BB-1



20-5567-1

Pennsylvania GG1



29-5692-1

New Haven EF-3b





Steam



20-3020-1

NYC J1-e Hudson



20-3044-1

Union Pacific FEF 4-8-4 Northern



20-3105-1

NYC Empire State Express Hudson



20-3132-1

Norfolk & Western J



20-3568-1

Nickel Plate Road Berkshire





Streets cars, Electroliner



20-2783-1

North Shore Line Electroliner



30-2504-1

SF Muni PCC



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Hello Marty,

Thank you very much for the link to the traction tire list.

When I originally searched the new MTH parts site, I used the recommended search term "traction tire"; however, the parts site directed me to a list of traction tires without locomotive names.  After reading your reply, I searched google with "mth traction tires" to see what would happen.  The search led me to the link that you sent me.  I wonder if there is a link on the parts site that I missed.

Hello Marty,

Thank you very much for the link to the traction tire list.

When I originally searched the new MTH parts site, I used the recommended search term "traction tire"; however, the parts site directed me to a list of traction tires without locomotive names.  After reading your reply, I searched google with "mth traction tires" to see what would happen.  The search led me to the link that you sent me.  I wonder if there is a link on the parts site that I missed.

Rodger it’s under the Helpful Stuff section.

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