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PC: attaching track to roadbed
- Subject: PC: attaching track to roadbed
- From: Zeolla <zeolla@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jan 1998 18:13:25 -0500
OK, I've finally gotten to the point where I'm almost ready to start
laying track. I'm going with Atlas code 100 flex track due to its "cost
effectiveness" vs. other brands (i.e. Shinohara at twice the price).
I've also found a product called Homo-bed which is very similar in shape
and size to two piece cork roadbed, but is made from homosote.
Here's my problem: The roadbed, whether cork or homobed, has its seam
right down the center, exactly where the Atlas track has its nail
holes. Given this, most nails aren't really holding much.
I've thought about glueing, but I still would need some sort of nail to
hold the track in place while the glue sets!
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