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    Default Looking for a PS2 4 bay covered hopper

    I am wondering if anyone has made a 4 bay PS2 covered hopper car.

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    Front center, and the green exPC car in the middle right, is that what you are looking for?



    AMcpk11 in the library here.

    Paul :-)

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    Thank you Paul! I just need to make it with roller bearing trucks. CSXT made a new scale test car out of a 4 bay PS2

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    The PTLX car is on roller bearings.



    Paul :-)

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    Thats what she is looking for.....Bottom sliding bays...

    More info here

    http://csxthsociety.org/journal/v07-...ne-footerr.pdf
    Dave Edwards


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    OK, nope, never built one of those.

    Paul :-)

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    There is one over at TigerTrains but I don't think he allows reskins of his models. It's with the UP models.

    CSX FAN

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    CSX Fan: I have successfully repainted TigerTrains/Toronto Mainline Trains models in the past. But, it's not easy. I have emailed the owner in the past regarding private use repaints, but I don't believe that I can release them due to the nature of the products and how they are made. Feel free to ask the owner for advice, or he can reply directly here. I do say that it is not impossible, but I cannot elaborate on my methods of success. SLI, however, have easier to repaint equipment (though it only works with dds files nowadays). And there's also NAVS.
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    Ian's repaint policy is basically that none are allowed.

    The relevant post concerning this is this post by Frank Burns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dredick View Post
    Ian's repaint policy is basically that none are allowed.

    The relevant post concerning this is this post by Frank Burns.
    That was my understanding as well.

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