N scale/gague track "Sweeps"

There are several products around for track laying in HO and S called
"sweeps". They are segments of curved bar stock in several different radii
[radius - es (/)]. The nominal radius down the middle of the stock is the
curve radiu in inches,
I'm looking for some in 9mm gauge (i.e "N" gauge) in really tight
curves, i.e. 9 inch, 10 inch, 11 inch, 12 inch, for use on handlaying HOn30"
trackwork with code 70 rail.
Anybody here know of a source?
Thanks.
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Jim McLaughlin
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Jim,
Track gauges in various radius and tangent are made by Ribbonrail - you can find them in the Walthers catalog or just use Google to search on 'ribbonrail track gauge'! They have scale gauges in N, HO, HOn3, S, and On3. The smallest 'N' I see listed is 15" radius.
Jim Bernier
Jim McLaughl> > There are several products around for track laying in HO and S called > "sweeps". They are segments of curved bar stock in several different radii > [radius - es (/)]. The nominal radius down the middle of the stock is the > curve radiu in inches, > > I'm looking for some in 9mm gauge (i.e "N" gauge) in really tight > curves, i.e. 9 inch, 10 inch, 11 inch, 12 inch, for use on handlaying HOn30" > trackwork with code 70 rail. > > Anybody here know of a source? > > Thanks. > -- > Jim McLaughlin > > Please don't just hit the reply key. > Remove the obvious from the address to reply. > > ***************************************************************************
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Thanks Jim, I am aware of those in the Walthers catalog, made by Ribbonrail and others. Unfortunately the ones I see in N scale / gauge are not a narrow enough radius for my needs.
-- Jim McLaughlin
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