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Inspired by a Swiss mountain train. It really works well. I used a first type 9V motor because it rev fast and stop quick. When I push the lever down it goes down hill and vice versa. The weight of a single 9V battery is not a problem. Straight use only.
 
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Folder Keywords: MOC Train

Folder created: 2002/08/04 12:02:13
Folder modified: 2002/12/23 18:05:43

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