Code 80 Super-Flex Track (1) N

This is (1) 30" Section of N (1:160) Scale Super-Flex Track from Atlas Model Railroad Company. For Adult Model Railroaders.

Atlas Code 80 Super-Flex Track (1) N N Scale Nickel Silver Model Train Track #2500
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Specifications :
  • Scale: N (1:160)
  • Length: 30" (780mm)
  • Atlas Product Number: 2500
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-2500
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 N&Z, page 106
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"i recieved the ordertoday all things are ok and I thank you for prompt service . be well and stay safe"
georgeprinkey (georgeprinkey@aol.com)
is intact and usable but you need to try to pack loose track better

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Features

  • Nickel silver rails for increased conductivity.
  • Black plastic ties.
  • Can be easily bent and shaped to curve any radius.
  • Ideal for spiral easement curves.
  • Easily cut to any needed length.

Specs

  • Scale: N (1:160)
  • Length: 30" (780mm)
  • Atlas Product Number: 2500
  • Walthers Product Number: 150-2500
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 N&Z, page 106

Includes

(1) 30" Section of N Scale Super-Flex Track.


Requirements & Suggestions

  • N Scale Model Train Equipment
  • Adult Supervision
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Reviews

  
 
"Atlas Flex Track"
garytaber
Well packaged and pristine condition! Going to use in my train Display Case when it arrives.

 
"Lay your track the easy way"
wtcasper (Westminster, CO)
Laying track is quick and easy using Atlas's flex track. Be advised that, though the track flexes either way, the side with the ties cut every other one is intended for the inside of curves. Begin laying your track on a straight away. It is paramount that you join rail sections with the track straight, then bend and secure it to the road bed. This track has holes for nails every 9th tie. If you have a foam sub-base, I recommend using cork road bed also for sale on Hobbylinc.com. Tie nails will hold the track to the cork securely until the track is ballasted. When you come around full circle to meet the first piece laid, you must be on a straight away. Trying to join track on a curve will create unnecessary problems. Be sure to solder your joints on the outside only. Use Atlas rail joiners to ensure a proper fit.

 
"Not totally realistic but worked for me"
travis.getz
I had purchased a used model railroad in N scale with code 80 track at a junk shop. This flex track was perfect for fixing some problems and allowed me to remove a troublesome switch. I always use nickel silver track because it does not need to as frequently as steel or brass.

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