Help topic for building a model of SD45

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Re: Help topic for building a model of SD45

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j p wrote:How much would be complete SD45?
A complete SD45 kit costs 269€. Found on his current price list and is it available. I saw it at the fair in Leuna.
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hi guys

we meet our US last weekend and have nice trains there again driving!
Here are some pictures of my SD45 / MaxiStack_I projects - cotton belt, CP and CB&Q

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US-Meeting last weekend
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A&D_SD45_div.noise
A&D_SD45_div.noise
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A&D_SD45_back front
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A&D_SD45_div.snowplow

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and my favorites Canada locomotives!
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Some photos from Andrey Norkin
SD45-1.jpg
SD45-2.jpg

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Gorgeous :thumbup:
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By the way, the UP versions appear a bit blue. Is that just a camera side effect?
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Maybe.
I don't know; I've seen only the photos

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Re: Help topic for building a model of SD45

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OK, a question for anyone that's already built one!
I've got mine out (after only a four year delay) and am working on the chassis. I've got the four step frames (part #29.1 and 29.2)
tacked in place, but I'm having a heck of a time getting the steps slid into the slots. I tried opening them up with an Exacto knife with a #5 blade, but they still don't want to slide in. I'm a little nervous about forcing anything, anyone have a trick that worked?
If noting else I'll take them out and open up the slots with a jeweler's saw blade, but I hate to take a step backward.

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