Perhaps a useful motored truck?

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Perhaps a useful motored truck?

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On the third page there are a couple of motored trucks in H0m (12mm) that may be able to be used for motorization of non-narrow hood models. I haven't done the math to see if they fit anything...because I'm lazy right now.

https://www.rietze-shop.de/media/pdf/a2 ... 3E%3C/a%3E
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Re: Perhaps a useful motored truck?

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I can't see this I'm afraid. When I click on the link I just get bounced back to this page.

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There is a good possibility that they might work for something.
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Re: Perhaps a useful motored truck?

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This should work: https://www.rietze-shop.de/media/pdf/a2 ... U5AShE.pdf

Here is an N-scale powered chassis (TU-16A Tsugawa Yokou) that can be easily adapted to TT. The length of the axles can be extended by pulling at the wheels. Axle distance 9 mm, wheel diameter 5,6 mm. Found at the TT-Board.de
https://www.ebay.de/itm/Super-Mini-Size ... 2950868275

I don't know if that also works with the 16? mm chassis (TU-16A Tsugawa Yokou).
https://www.ebay.de/itm/Super-Mini-Size ... 2889108066

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