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    My replica of the T 14

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    Very good! great work of adaptation and reskin, congratulations.

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    Next one up will the P 8. Will do that one eventually.

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    I think it's a good choice. There is a Belgian P8 in DLS (B64 ?, now I do not remember), I have it without finishing the repainting, maybe I finish it the weekend.




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    Well, if you're repainting the P8 into KPEV green, I might be interested.

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    The locomotive is <kuid2:130544:1964:5> Be64_NMBS/SNCB by Witte46.

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    I got it downloaded: Plenty of dependencies all included. Super model with a very detailed interior. A must for steam enthusiasts. You'll have to change the Animdist in the main bogey file. The wheels turn to slow. Change it to 5.9 and they will turn almost perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-dehnert View Post
    The locomotive is <kuid2:130544:1964:5> Be64_NMBS/SNCB by Witte46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llebrez View Post
    I got it downloaded: Plenty of dependencies all included. Super model with a very detailed interior. A must for steam enthusiasts. You'll have to change the Animdist in the main bogey file. The wheels turn to slow. Change it to 5.9 and they will turn almost perfect.
    Thank you very much for the information, my memory is not what it was.
    I will also change the animdist.


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    Current progress on the P 8 repaint

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    ................great look!

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    I might just end up reskinning the payware P 8, since there is little we can do with the freeware Be64. It uses a texture file with a single color to paint most of the loco, which makes it impossible when you try to add details such as the Prussian eagle logo on the side of the cab.

    But thanks either way.

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    Yes, you are right and I thought the same. I guess I will finish my repainting in some way.
    If you have the other SLW payware package (40 or 50 locomotives), there are some that can be repainted to Prussians, for example DRG BR 36.






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    That leaves the Prussian T 3 as the only reskin for KPEV railways I could potentially publish. If I recall correctly, you did use the T 3 drivers for your T 1?
    Also, did you base the T 1 on a model? Curious because I can't find any image of a T 1 in real life.

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    It must be a model. Take a look at the rail joiner on the upper one, so it must be HO. Did these locos exist in real life? Don't recall having seen them, in fact they look more American than anything else. Still, they are truly beautiful.

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