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Isolating Heisler Drive Line 

John has thus question:

“I have an HO brass Heisler and need to isolate the drive line. It consists of a square brass tube and a square rod smaller than the inside of the tube. I can’t seem to find anything to allow the slide and keep it insulated. Any suggestions please?”

One Response to Isolating Heisler Drive Line 

  • Robertsays:

    If you have had it apart you might have one set of wheels the wrong way round. Check that the insulated wheels are the same way.

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