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 Post subject: Re: Making a heavy duty shop truck. Need advice !
PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 2:32 am 

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Good question Hudson .I will make it as mobile as I can.
Thanks PMC for clearing that up and also the Utah Rail site,"spot on" !
Hey Rich Cizik, great picture of that shop truck . That's also what I needed .
You too Torch , thanks.
I'll try to remember to post a picture when it's done.
Again ,Thank You All.

Mark


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 Post subject: Re: Making a heavy duty shop truck. Need advice !
PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 3:15 pm 

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PMC wrote:
coborn35 wrote:

Sorry... but no. IRM has has the C&NW SD40-2 #6847, CRM I was mistaken, I meant the RailGiants Museum which has UP SD40-2 #3015, Boone and Scenic Valley has the UP SD40T-2 #2921, Monticello has the IC SD40 #6071, and the MTM has the BN SDP40 #325. The GN SD45 #400 is owned by the GNRHS FYI. There are a number of SD45's in preservation, just not these ones.


The OP was not interested in the model designations of units in museums, he wants to know the correct center pivot size and weight capability so he can build a shop truck. The SD45 and SD40-2 used the same frame, the straight SD40 and the SD40-2 did not, so knowing where straight SD40s are saved won't help him. But he has found the answer and so the matter is closed.


No wonder it took me so long to join this forum. Jeezus. Hope I didn't offend your excellency.


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 Post subject: Re: Making a heavy duty shop truck. Need advice !
PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 4:29 pm 

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coborn35 wrote:
No wonder it took me so long to join this forum. Jeezus. Hope I didn't offend your excellency.

I can only speak for myself, but I don't think anyone here wants to see RyPN turn into a T.O. style board (or sports radio, which I think is their model) with bickering over minutiae and arcane details, and I certainly don't.


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