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James Costello

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MTL DODX Range Ideas
« on: December 02, 2018, 06:41:09 AM »
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Hey Joe @Shipsure - when it comes time to expand the range of DODX flats and equipment - when you consider the ITTX flats, how about a laser cut wood or delrin deck that sits on your new detail-less 89' flat deck (from the turbine flats) that allows for the timber risers and hold down chain channels. When you look at the proto photos it seems that's all that TTX has done - the yellow side of the extension sits pretty clear of the logos etc of the original deck height.

https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=41854
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=86344
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=102305
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=3928
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=89172
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=101271
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=43900

Should be good for a standalone detail part and for other loads too:
https://www.railcarphotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=97929
James Costello
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Re: MTL DODX Range Ideas
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2018, 05:46:34 PM »
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OOOOOO   AHHHHH    I like it.  Let me noodle this around.

Joe