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  • #22520
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    Matthew
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    Hey guys, long time (yes I’m alive).

    I was sitting in my personal train layout room and was looking at my ME Models track saying I needed more.
    Does anyone have some they do not wish to have they would like to part with?

    Also I’m willing to trade some my 9V track for PF at a 3:1 ratio if anyone is interested.

    #22521
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    Matt Redfield
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    I’m willing to trade some my 9V track for PF at a 3:1 ratio if anyone is interested.

    You’re giving 3x 9V track segments for 1x PF track segment? Let me see what I have lying around…

    Any chance you’ll be making the trek out for the 5th Birthday Party on Aug 19?

    #22522
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    Matthew
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    Haha I knew I should have clarified. 1 9V track for 3 PF.

    Wont be able to, too much wedding stuff going on.

    #22523
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    Matt Redfield
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    My rule of thumb when it’s not absolutely clear is, the first thing goes with the first thing. So… you said

    9V track for PF

    3:1 ratio

    but I was pretty sure you were looking to get a larger layout in exchange for giving someone who’s traditionalist some of what’s hard to come by these days… so I figured I’d mess with you help you (and the masses) out by clarifying.

    Bummer we won’t see you, but congrats or whatever. 😉

    #22524
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    Matthew
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    I figured you would.

    Im just making the move over to PF because of how uniform it will look with ballast. Plus my plan is to only use it in roads when I manage to LUGBULK parts for MILS roads.

    So if you need 9V, I have around 50 straights to trade.

    curve would be 1:1 trade.

    #22534
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    Laura
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    I would consider 2:1, 3:1 is a bit steep.

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