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CW gear tram arm to gear box

Started by Darryl, 22 Feb 2023 at 02:02

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Darryl

Dear Forum
Could anyone assist me in difference in the rear rod going from tram arm to gear box on the CW. Are they the same as TS/SW or are they closer to another model. What are the differences, and can they be modified to fit the CW. I am trying to work out what I need to complete the gear changer mechanism.
Any assistance anyone can give me it would greatly appreciated as I have been stuck for some time on these parts for my CW project.
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Darryl


Daren W Australia

too many dougli not enough time!

Darryl

Thanks Darren
I did speak with Bert a while back and he told me didn't have much in the way of parts for a CW
Darryl