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    Default What Model Type Are The Diesels West TOFC Cars

    In regards to the DW TOFC flats no longer available, what model are they? (They ARE NOT F89Fs, F89Js, or Twin 45s) I can't match them up to a prototype picture.

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    Are you talking about the DWTOFC1 folder?
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    Do you mean this set?
    http://www.dieselswest.com/RollingStock2/TOFC.html

    It's available on the public side of the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcarleton View Post
    Do you mean this set?
    http://www.dieselswest.com/RollingStock2/TOFC.html

    It's available on the public side of the website.
    Yes, those. The 89' ft. flatcars. I have the set. I got it a long time ago. I just need info as to what type they are. Thanks.

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    From the readme from sp pack 2

    TOFC(trailer on flat car) & COFC(container on flat car)
    SOUTHERN PACIFIC PACK 2

    by Diesels West
    Made for use with Microsoft Train Simulator
    February 21, 2010
    Original Model by: Diesel West
    ©Copyright 2009,©2010 Diesels West, LLC
    www.dieselswest.com


    This set includes:
    15 various SP TOFC loads
    5 empty SP flat cars
    12 various TTAX TOFC loads
    5 empty TTAX flat cars
    7 various TTAX container loads

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    Trailer/container load abbreviations in the Activity Editor:

    example: TTAXonsf = TTAX flat with an Overnite and Santa Fe trailer

    ye = Yellow
    on = Overnite
    na = Navajo
    sj = St. Johnsbury
    ic = Illinoise Central
    gp = Golden Pig
    gn = generic unlettered
    rw = Roadway
    sf = Santa Fe
    ta = Transamerica
    jb = JB Hunt
    cf = Consolidated Freight
    ma = Maersk (shipping container)
    sa = Safmarine (shipping container)
    sl = Sealand (shipping container)
    kl = K-Line (shipping container)

    The sd file would indicate they are 86ft

    [email protected]@@@@@@@@@JINX0t1t______

    shape ( SPTOFCcfp2.s
    ESD_Detail_Level ( 0 )
    ESD_Software_DLev ( 2 )
    ESD_Alternative_Texture ( 0 )
    ESD_Bounding_Box ( -1.61 .3 -13.7 1.61 4.5 13.7 )
    )
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekmorton View Post
    From the readme from sp pack 2

    TOFC(trailer on flat car) & COFC(container on flat car)
    SOUTHERN PACIFIC PACK 2

    by Diesels West
    Made for use with Microsoft Train Simulator
    February 21, 2010
    Original Model by: Diesel West
    ©Copyright 2009,©2010 Diesels West, LLC
    www.dieselswest.com


    This set includes:
    15 various SP TOFC loads
    5 empty SP flat cars
    12 various TTAX TOFC loads
    5 empty TTAX flat cars
    7 various TTAX container loads

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    Trailer/container load abbreviations in the Activity Editor:

    example: TTAXonsf = TTAX flat with an Overnite and Santa Fe trailer

    ye = Yellow
    on = Overnite
    na = Navajo
    sj = St. Johnsbury
    ic = Illinoise Central
    gp = Golden Pig
    gn = generic unlettered
    rw = Roadway
    sf = Santa Fe
    ta = Transamerica
    jb = JB Hunt
    cf = Consolidated Freight
    ma = Maersk (shipping container)
    sa = Safmarine (shipping container)
    sl = Sealand (shipping container)
    kl = K-Line (shipping container)

    The sd file would indicate they are 86ft

    [email protected]@@@@@@@@@JINX0t1t______

    shape ( SPTOFCcfp2.s
    ESD_Detail_Level ( 0 )
    ESD_Software_DLev ( 2 )
    ESD_Alternative_Texture ( 0 )
    ESD_Bounding_Box ( -1.61 .3 -13.7 1.61 4.5 13.7 )
    )
    I believe I found some prototype pics on this site:https://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/30236

    These are 85 FT in length and are more than likely a F85B type. And that's what I'm trying to find out. Are the DW cars F85Bs?

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    a pic
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    Cheers
    Derek

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