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Bradley McMullan
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hi there,
any reports about on track controls..are they a good unit,up to the standards of gaugemaster..
anybody use these control unit?
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Bradley McMullan
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hey...
just wondered if anyone has anmy comments about the "on track" controls range of units made by " all components"..
i have one with a handheld unit add on,just wondering if the quality of gaugemaster is so much more to justify the extra price premium?..
cheeers
 

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I've got a twin cased 'Ontrack' unit. Chose it mainly because of the 'Centre off' type controls. Seems to work well, but has not been subject to a great deal of use yet.
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John Webb
 

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Bradley McMullan
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thanks for that..
just wondered because i have had experience with the gaugemasters they are fantastic.
but i have gone for a on track because they are a cost saving and to be honest it seems to be as well built and very very smoooth!
 

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Allcomponents at an exhibition informed me that all their model railway control components, were fitted with higher graded materials than Gaugemasters equivalent controllers.
I have both companies components in use on my layout, and find both are reliable.
 
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