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Being relatively new to Garden railroading, I would like advice on buying flex track.

I am planning on adding 300 - 400 feet of track to my railroad, and plan to use aluminum flex track, code 332... if I can find it; otherwise, I'll use code 250. I am running battery power and belive aluminum will be OK for me, and the most economical. About 6 months ago I checked pricing and found prices a little over $2 per ft; now, I'm seeing prices in the $3 - $4/ft range.

I am going to the National convention next week, and am hoping to find some 'good' prices/discounts.

After reading these forums, I am going to buy a Train li rail/track bender.

I would appreciate any advice from members regarding the best places to buy flex track at reasonable prices?
 

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RLD Hobbies has best pricing approx. $3.30 a foot not including shipping...for Accucraft flex track

Hurry it is going fast!

He stated that it is going to increase next shipment by approx. $30.


Bubba
 

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I will have a show special on AMS code 250 NG track cases at the national convention in Phoenix- beat the cost of freight too.

Jonathan/EMW
 

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AML new 6ft flex brass track, does any one know forsure what the copper % is?
 

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I will be flying into Phoenix; probably will have to ship the track. Some questions:
1) Material... al, ss or brass
2) Rails or tracks w/ties
3) USA standard or Euro narrow gauge

What is your company/booth location?

I look forward to seeing you at the convention.
 
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