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Balvaig



Member Since: 19 Feb 2016
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Scotland 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 Landmark LE Corris Grey
Another output shaft failure

Makes a change from working on the defender. At least I can work in the warm. N gage is a lot easier to repair Very Happy

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Post #685990 12th Feb 2018 10:10am
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apt100



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United Kingdom 2016 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Aintree Green

That would make a good upgrade to the Defender factory version Laughing

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excossack



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United Kingdom 1999 Defender 110 Td5 SW Caledonian Blue

I should really get my O gauge Hornby up and running... Sad 1999 Defender TD5 110

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John 2E0DHN
Do you know what a nemesis is?

Post #686175 12th Feb 2018 8:43pm
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Balvaig



Member Since: 19 Feb 2016
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Scotland 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 Landmark LE Corris Grey

Built it 40 years ago. Just recommissioned it for the grand children.
Now fixed - 3 hours labour Big Cry Not much shorter than an output shaft replacement!

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Post #686415 13th Feb 2018 7:46pm
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L110CDL



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England 1996 Defender 110 300 Tdi PU Coniston Green

Very nice Very Happy made me think of my oo gauge that is in the loft all packed away in there boxes Wink 1996 Golf Blue 300Tdi 110 Pick up. Keeper.

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Clayton.

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Pickles



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Australia 2013 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 CSW Keswick Green

I used to have a Hornby O gauge,...just a small set though, I think the engine I had was 0-4-0 tank engine?
Pickles.

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Doc P



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Firenze Red

Love that! N Gauge was always shrouded in mystery when I was a kid. You saw it but never had the impetus to ask for it or buy it! You had to be a bit of a ninja cos it was all so small!

I had a OO layout on an 8 by 4 piece of chipboard built by my dad with the track pinned to it. It was Hornby with a mixture of theirs and Peco remote controlled points (operated by little levers). The track was ‘nickel silver’, but I’m sure I had some of the old steel stuff too.

I had loads of rolling stock, an ‘Intercity 125’, a 47 and 37 class (I called it a ‘peak’, though I think that was the 45) and my favourite which was an old 08 class ‘shunter’ with magnetic wheels that could pull anything. You could buy buildings made from card which you folded together to make - can’t remember the name of the maker but the detail was superb.

It was ace. Happy memories Thumbs Up

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LR90XS2011



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United Kingdom 2011 Defender 90 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Galway Green

Have a few American HO gauge items that live in the loft but have built some brass and white metal locos in O gauge. When I finish the house a railway around the garden in either of those gauges will follow probably O as previous attempts with HO always result in lots of track cleaning. DEFENDER 90 TDCI XS,

I hope everyone is well and your land rovers make you happy

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