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2021 Osaka Plarail Expo
#16
Super-
It appears the toothed wheels are just for the mockup shot, the released Greatest Moments Timothy and the two pack release with just the yellow van both use regular black wheels
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The yellow van that I have has grey wheels, I'm not sure exactly what engine it came with, I believe it was a thrift store lot find
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Wow, that salt wagon is clearly based on that exact real salt van
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Bachmann version...
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@Duck
Thanks. Its probably for the better as I would have bought dozens just to strip away the wheels for Customs. Big Grin

@Chrisjo
Thanks Dr Chris, that is even a Thomas one. Didn't you create a custom using a OO Dublo Hopper onto a Plarail Chassis?
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(10-23-2020, 07:52 PM)Super Wrote: @Chrisjo
Thanks Dr Chris, that is even a Thomas one. Didn't you create a custom using a OO Dublo Hopper onto a Plarail Chassis?
This thread is already so far off-topic that a bit more divergence won't make much difference!
You're referring to my Bulk Grain Wagon Conversion.
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when the revolution line roll out initially, all the wheels on the rolling stocks don't have spikes or spook on them.  It was like after 2 years of releases, trackmaster starts using the spook wheels to help the trains to navigate the steep hills
My Trackmaster/Tomy/Plarail Photo Gallery Page (over 600+ photos and still under construction)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/183311600@N03/
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@Chrisjo

Your Bulk Grain Wagon Conversion is an engineering masterpiece especially how you were able to meld together the OO chassis with a Plarail...genius.
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