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    Very nice ben!

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    Well done on the Horizon cars thus far. As someone who prefers them to Amfleets in terms of riding and quality, I wish you a lot of success in making such beautiful coaches.
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    Made another milestone. Bogey mapping is completed

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    These are very nice! These will go great with the Amfleet Is i'm working on currently.

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    Vary impressive . Like your work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajrod1226 View Post
    These are very nice! These will go great with the Amfleet Is i'm working on currently.
    Indeed, you got some great work yourself friend. Hopefully we can see the coach pairs running the rails together soon!

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    I went back and remade the bearing caps to be slightly more prototypical and to add the 3 things that cover the bolts. It's something I've wanted to model on these wheel sets but didn't really know how too but I finally figured it out.

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    Those close ups of the air, HEP and MU cables just got me thinking. I wonder if you could script them all to self connect/disconnect. Maybe using ACSlib? For examples of how they work take a look at the scripts and configs of Peterdhicks's Mk2f coaches.

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    I probably could, and it has been something I've been considering doing. We'll see how everything goes with getting the coach completed.

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    Im facing the same delima... the problem is keeping the cables properly aligned with the connecting coach. Thats simple for cables that are dead center under the coupler but for the mu and com cable at the edges idk how they could be made to keep aligned with the connecting coach while on a curve.

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