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  1. I have recently fitted some Kato lighting to my Green Max 3 car emu 30257/8/9, which runs quite smoothly and quietly. It was a fiddly job but the non motorised cars were the easiest and were fitted within two or three attempts. However, the powered centre car needed a lot of trial and error, and in the process the body has stretched sideways resulting in the chassis becoming loose under the body. Any advice please? Is this a common pitfall when handling such delicate models and I stress I was really gentle when trying to align the lighting coils in order to function properly. I ha
  2. The Greenmax Plasser & Theurer Multiple Tie Tamper.is now available for order. Having seen a large number of the green versions knocking around Tokyo, I had to put one on order... http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10285564
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