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Thread: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

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    Default Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    Just a shot in the dark here. Milwaukee SD-40-2, GP-38-2, etc. with the small fuel tanks would be nice. I'd do it myself, but already have a seven page to-do list.... ;-)

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    Default RE: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    Ok Tim, I have to ask... :P What might be some of the goodies that can be found on this 7 page to-do list?
    Jon Clark - Butler, Pa

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    Default RE: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    Check out the traction forum - some sneak preview is visible there already. A couple more things have MILW written on them as well, and you never know what else Tim has up his master sleeves...

    Lukas a.k.a Swissie

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    Default RE: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    I did some SD40-2s with short tanks a while back using #### Cowens model. There in the FL. I need to update them with better paint, but I got pages upon pages of stuff I need to do :P


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    Default RE: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    Hey Brock, I found them (funny I didn't see them before-) and they look good being helped by E29:





    Thanks! Now some short-tank GP-38-2's, or even an SD-7 or -9 would be great.

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    Default RE: Milwaukee Road Light Diesels

    Here is the MILW SD10 which is the shop rebuild of the SD7/SD9s.
    milwsd10.zip
    In the library.
    BTW, the physics for a light SD40-2 are already done. These were very light.
    Bob

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    Thanks, Bob, for those physics. I'd like to have the SD-7 and/or -9 in the original configuration, such as here:
    http://www.trainweb.org/mcnwr/images/milw/milw504jt.jpg




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