Source for N Scale Track Tools / Templates

Discussion in 'N Scale' started by wmcbride, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. wmcbride

    wmcbride TrainBoard Member

    I have googled and Bing'd and searched on Trainboard without success and now appeal to those of you with better memories, or better search skills, than I possess.

    A few years ago I purchase some metal track laying tools (straight section of metal (aluminum, I think) edge that fit within N track to get straight flex track, some radius templates, etc. This was a home-based business based in (I think) No California or Oregon. My tools were misplaced during a move so any manufacturer markings are long gone.

    Can anyone point me toward this source?

    Bill McBride
  2. Curto

    Curto TrainBoard Member

  3. purple1

    purple1 TrainBoard Member

    I don't think this is the same thing but I got one of them.

    MLR Flex Track Alignment Tool / Nailing Fixture
    part number 479-5015

    Bill, I see you are right down the road a bit from me in Arnold. PM me if you would like to get together.

  4. Steve Mann

    Steve Mann TrainBoard Member

    A month or two ago I found some straight and curved track alignment tools that have ends that allow to join them together, but I forgot the company that makes them. Anyone else here find out what company makes those? Pretty sure it's not MLR and definitely not Ribbonrail.
  5. 3DTrains

    3DTrains TrainBoard Supporter

  6. mtntrainman

    mtntrainman TrainBoard Supporter

    I think the Op was thinking of . He had a bunch of custom made tools for N scale. But his domain seems to be vacant right now. Maybe he will come back soon.
  7. 3DTrains

    3DTrains TrainBoard Supporter

    Apologies - my post was in reference to Steve Mann's question.
  8. mtntrainman

    mtntrainman TrainBoard Supporter

    No appologizes necessary. the OP was referencing metal prob.

    BTW...I checked your link. Thats some pretty cool stuff :thumbs_up:
  9. jhn_plsn

    jhn_plsn TrainBoard Supporter

    I think Marc had the best idea for the radius templates, and Rodney's Tools seems to have two links floating around. This one worked for me. I do like the fact that he does custom work and my club asked for an order and he took good care of us.
  10. wmcbride

    wmcbride TrainBoard Member

    Yes, it was Rodney's RR Tools.

    I am glad he is still around as I was quite pleased with the templates he made for me.
  11. Alan C.

    Alan C. TrainBoard Member

    Try I think this is what your looking for hope this helps AlanC.

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