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ASF is nifty.

Do you know the axle spacing of the trucks on the 251? Maybe it's just the picture but they look asymmetric? Also... any word on price?

Is it just me or does "Hornby.de" look really, really strange?
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Marquette wrote:Do you know the axle spacing of the trucks on the 251? Maybe it's just the picture but they look asymmetric?
Yes they are, as in real life.
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Thanks! Now to find the specifics...
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I imagine the 251 would be around 170 Euros, based on pricing of somewhat similar BR171 from Arnold.
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To heck with the big iron! I like the Arnold ASF EL-16 !!!
...it could easily be be fitted with a US-style industrial diesel superstructure. Hmmm
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Marquette wrote:...

Do you know the axle spacing of the trucks on the 251? Maybe it's just the picture but they look asymmetric? ...
At the prototype it are 2450 and 2000 mm. The wheel diameter is 1350mm.
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Richard-B wrote:To heck with the big iron! I like the Arnold ASF EL-16 !!!
...it could easily be be fitted with a US-style industrial diesel superstructure. Hmmm
TOP SPEED = 10mph. Only 1.46" long. Ya, that would make a good industrial switcher. So, how much? It's got my interest up. Get two and you could build one like what's in krokodil's video on Logging railway in Ukraine.

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MacG wrote:
Marquette wrote:...

Do you know the axle spacing of the trucks on the 251? Maybe it's just the picture but they look asymmetric? ...
At the prototype it are 2450 and 2000 mm. The wheel diameter is 1350mm.
Thank you!
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