do you sand down the "tie detail" (the grove that the track sets in for gauge) on the turnout so the points can move freely? Or do you leave them alone? I never saw that part discussed in the "sticky."
If this has already been covered I apologize; I am very new to alot of these discussions. But I am learning a great deal.
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The Central Valley turnout tie kits come with good tie slots already in the points area. If anything does happen to get in the way, a sharp Xacto knife takes care of the problem in a few seconds. Joe Fugate http://siskiyou-railfan.net - 200,000 hits and counting!