Some music fans hate everything the Beatles ever did. Same thing's
true of Sinatra or Bach. Nothing pleases everybody, so what else can
one ask except that someone somewhere pays you for your work and
someone else -hopefully several someones- gets some pleasure out of it?
Thanks folks for the info- don't know why I didn't think of checking ship
models sites.... I guess I've been a bit tunnel visioned with trains for too
long. You've solved my inventory problems and looking through all those
fittings have me thinking about other odd scratch projects- thanks again
Also, don't forget the logging uses of these. There are a number of
manufacturers of logging railroad parts and one of the things all logging
scenes need is sheaves for the rigging.
rmay at nethere.com
http: slash /nav.to slash bobmay
http: slash /bobmay dot astronomy.net
These are might do. The 5 mm would scale out at 17"
http://www.modelexpo-online.com/search.asp?PAGLEN &STARTPAGE=1&FNM4&UID 09061016182681&SKW=pulley&B1.x=0&B1.y=0&B1=Go!
Just happened to get their catalog this afternoon.
Besides what already has been mentioned, here's a bulk assortment of
100 misc. pulleys, sheaves, etc. in HO scale:
No photos unfortunately so hard to tell if it's what you need. I
also looked at WSM's web page for the product and they don't have any
photos either. Perhaps an e-mail to them might get something you can peruse.
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