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Hi guys. I have just sold someone some Peco SETRACK curved points, only for him to complain that they are too short. I have figured out that the version I have is a different version to the one he was expecting, i.e. shorter and tighter. I wasn't aware that they had changed. Does anyone have any idea when this change came about?
 

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QUOTE (Fireline @ 6 Sep 2008, 11:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi guys. I have just sold someone some Peco SETRACK curved points, only for him to complain that they are too short. I have figured out that the version I have is a different version to the one he was expecting, i.e. shorter and tighter. I wasn't aware that they had changed. Does anyone have any idea when this change came about?

Maybe he was expecting Peco Streamline Curved points which have a differant radius ? Setrack points have a tighter radius .
 

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QUOTE (TonyDaly @ 6 Sep 2008, 11:01) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Maybe he was expecting Peco Streamline Curved points which have a differant radius ? Setrack points have a tighter radius .

No, it's ok thanks. I have found the answer, and stuck a big white cone on my head with "D" written on it. Of course, he was expecting ST244/245 points, because that's what I thought they were. Nope. They were 242/243, i.e. the super-tight radius ones. I had written the wrong code number down at some point, and I had been mistakenly assuming that's what they were ever since. In the words of Abraham Lincoln, "Bugger".
 
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