“I thought the engine was a goner for sure – until I brushed out all the debris, cleaned and lubed the motor, and put the juice to it. The thing sputtered twice and took off like a demon was chasing it.
“Unless you can top that story, you have no excuse for not at least trying, with some step-by-step guidance.”Let Ray Plummer guide you through replacing pickup rollers and shoes, repairing universal Lionel motors, and rewiring steam and diesel motors in this supplement to Classic Toy Trains magazine. In 13 pages of step-by-step instructions, he’ll show you how to:
- replace pickup rollers and shoes on prewar, postwar and early modern engines
- repair motor wiring using three basic patterns
- clean and rebuild the heart of your O gauge locomotives
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