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Offline SoarSummit  
#1 Posted : 13 August 2020 15:35:45(UTC)
SoarSummit

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I hope it's ok to ask about Marklin My World here ?

I'm trying to build a reverse loop but don't think it's possible with the parts avalible with my world, It looks like a Marklin C track part 24077 might fit. Does C track fit with My world?

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#2 Posted : 13 August 2020 19:39:24(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: SoarSummit Go to Quoted Post
I hope it's ok to ask about Marklin My World here ?

I'm trying to build a reverse loop but don't think it's possible with the parts avalible with my world, It looks like a Marklin C track part 24077 might fit. Does C track fit with My world?

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Yes it does. It will look a little different as the track base is a different colour but it will mate with it.

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Offline cookee_nz  
#3 Posted : 13 August 2020 19:39:34(UTC)
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Why World track is geometrically the same as regular C-track and they connect together with no problems so if the gap equates to a different section of track it can be used easily.

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Cookee
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Offline Rwill  
#4 Posted : 13 August 2020 22:49:11(UTC)
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Agree with replies.

You may consider Trix track 62077 which is the same length etc as 24077 but without the centre studs. Both available from Gaugemaster at the same price £3.55

Good luck in twenty years time when you are happy but poor through an addiction to M railways!



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Offline SoarSummit  
#5 Posted : 14 August 2020 00:42:57(UTC)
SoarSummit

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Originally Posted by: Rwill Go to Quoted Post


Good luck in twenty years time when you are happy but poor through an addiction to M railways!




I'm doomed already. I have G Scale, Gn15, 009 and I'm now looking toward building a ride on railway in the garden.

I'd love continental H0 but it's almost as expensive as G Scale and I don't have the room!

My World is my sons but I have to admit I have a soft spot for the range. Much better than the competition

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Offline clapcott  
#6 Posted : 16 August 2020 10:02:39(UTC)
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The straight forward option is to repeat the 24.3 degress pairing of the S. (This spacing is inherently 77.5mm)

However if you are really in to the Wiggles, the MyWorld portfolio has a unique piece in its 23303 that is not available in C-Track

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Offline SoarSummit  
#7 Posted : 16 August 2020 22:21:18(UTC)
SoarSummit

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Originally Posted by: clapcott Go to Quoted Post
The straight forward option is to repeat the 24.3 degress pairing of the S. (This spacing is inherently 77.5mm)

However if you are really in to the Wiggles, the MyWorld portfolio has a unique piece in its 23303 that is not available in C-Track

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That last one looks like it would be fun to operate with multiple trains and a mischievous 7yr old!!
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