A homemade Flyer track actuator installed with ballasted AM flextrack. It's made from code 100 nickel silver rail from an old piece of HO track. Screws support rail, which is soldered to them. Screw height is adjusted before soldering. Wire is soldered to underside of rail. It could be soldered to the screws but the rail is easier to solder to. Dimensions match AF action track*, except length isn't critical.
|An actuator installed with Flyer rubber roadbed. In this case it's a mail car actuator. The roadbed is drilled where the mounting screws go thru. Actuator rail is code 100 nickel silver from an old piece of HO track, soldered to screw heads. Wire is soldered to underside of the rail.|
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