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Old 29th April 2011, 21:34   #1
spyder62
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Default New N scale spar tree

Hi All

Had a call from Rich at KMP the other day and He said he just finished the Spar tree kit in N scale. I now have them up on my web site if you need one. Will have stock in Monday evening and start shipping on Tuesday.

http://www.rslaserkits.com/KMP.html second item down

This kit makes about a 120 foot tall spar tree, also has parts to make into a loader or yarder tree. As far as I know these are a first in N scale. The Pully casting have to be seen.

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rich

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Default Re: New N scale spar tree

Those look like really detailed kits for sure , to find the hardware alone would be hard
to gather up to build one of these.
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Old 1st July 2011, 18:40   #3
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Default Re: New N scale spar tree

"The Pully casting have to be seen".

I'll take your word for it Rich...they must be tiny little dots in N guage
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