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Guest 838rapid

Sounds like it could be a ringfield motor fitted one.

 

Have you had the body off of it yet?

 

Might be worth a strip down,replacement motors are availible from spares suppliers who sell Hornby spares.

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Hi

You really only need the loco/DMUs Rxxx number which is stamped on the underside of the main body of the loco or DMU (Not anything on the actual motor)

Quote this Rxxx number to the parts supplier who will be able to tell from that what the actual motor bogie is and provide a correct replacement. :D

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Hi

You really only need the loco/DMUs Rxxx number which is stamped on the underside of the main body of the loco or DMU (Not anything on the actual motor)

Quote this Rxxx number to the parts supplier who will be able to tell from that what the actual motor bogie is and provide a correct replacement. :D

 

 

do you know of any supliers thanks

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Guest 40-something

Hi Mark

 

Sounds like a ringfield motor HST if it has a metal weight in the middle of the chassis. Best bet is to buy a cheap working Hornby 25/29/35/110 or HST from ebay, clean the motor up and pop it in your HST. Then sell the bits off seperately to recoup your cost (this is what I do when needed!)

 

Otherwise try East Kent Models (you'll need the part number which you can get from the Hornby Service Sheet from www.Hornby.com), or the various spares suppliers on ebay.

 

Hope this helps

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