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EZnKY
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« on: January 11, 2011, 10:36:27 AM »

Has anyone added brake detail to the AMS reefer trucks?
The side frames and bolster are nice castings, but there's not much going on behind the wheels.  It looks really vacant to me.
I thought at least adding brake beam hangers would help.

I got a Phil's Narrow Gauge 30' reefer for Christmas and I'm thinking about what I want to do with it...


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Eric Zabilka
Wilmore, Kentucky
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