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|Single message by Martin Wynne Topic: Exactoscale track parts and turnout kits|
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I'm not too sure where this 00 Vs EM/ P4 came from in this thread. There seems to be a association of CL with 00 and Exac. with EM/ P4 from many when of course, as has been pointed out several times, in most cases they are entirely interchangeable.Hi Derek,
That may be true for the chair mouldings, but a lot of other parts are gauge-specific. Flexi-track, turnout kits, assembled crossings, tie-bars/stretcher rods, etc., and of course the gauges. Plus it's doubtful that Exactoscale will be selling rail.
Andrew Jukes said: "There is quite a bit of bleating on RM web about the lack of interest by C&L and Exactoscale in 00. Well, that's unlikely to change much. I do not think Exactoscale will be selling 00 FastTrack in future." See (posted 6th June):
I think that leaves C&L with a significant chunk of the market. Copper-clad track-building is still very popular, maybe still more so than fully chaired. Not to mention 0 gauge.
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