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Thread: Broken Train CPR 4-6-2 (G2d)

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    Default Broken Train CPR 4-6-2 (G2d)

    This rather old loco is by froobie, <kuid:154025:100192> CPR 4-6-2 (G2d) #2663(F).

    As per the picture the rod has separated from the piston on the left side only which moves as it's supposed to. When I get time, I might have a look in attachment maker, but am puzzled as to why it would do this? Anyone else come across this problem?


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    The reason it happened is that the loco was made for an earlier version of Trainz and always had the error, but it only became apparent when it reached a version that no longer masked the error. Much like the seat fault with the NSW railcars.

    Graeme

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    Oh well, bit like the Sp 4449 with an extra wheel, one just learns to live with it, like so many thinks lol.

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