GRAHAM FARISH CLASS 91 TEST RUN - YouTube. THE CLASS 91 OR 225 TO RECORD SPEED.
91010 (now 91110) holds the British locomotive. At 161.7 mph (260.2 km/h), set on 17 September 1989, just south of Little Bytham on a test run down Stoke Bank with the DVT leading. THE MOTORISED MODEL LIKE ALL EARLY GRAHAM FARISH MODELS.
HAD SPLIT GEARS DUMB ASS FING IDIOTS. ETC NEVER HAD THIS PROBLEM.ANY WAY I RESOLVED THE PROBLEM. BY USING A SMALL NEEDLE FILE IN GEARS TWO OFF. AND USING 5 min cure bond GLUE. WOULD HAVE COST 60 POUNDS OR MORE TO HAVE A PRO. LOOK AT I HAVE A VIDEO OF IT GOING ROUND I USED PLIERS TO REMOVE WHEELS.
BUT ANNOYINGLY THE WHEELS ARE VERY SOFT SO ONE WHEEL HAS A FLAT. MUCH LIKE THE REAL THING BUT YOU PROBABLY WHEEL NEVER.
NOTICE IT IF YOU USE UNDERLAY MY TRACK IS DIRECT MOUNTED TO WOOD. TO ACT AS A SOUND BOARD AS I LIKE TO HEAR MY ENGINE, S. AS THEY ALL SOUND DIFFERENT. COACHES ARE ALL GOOD CONDITION BAR ONE WHICH HAS RED LIE SCRAP MARK. The item "GRAHAM FARISH N GAUGE CLASS 91 / 225 SET MK 3 COACHES X 5" is in sale since Sunday, July 7, 2019.
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