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Massoth Track Bender II, Track code 332 and 250

Product number: 8105101
$385.00 plus shipping

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Massoth Track Bender

The Massoth patented Track Bender II is designed to work with track that conforms to track Code 332. It simultaneously and effortlessly bends both rails and the bed of flexible G-Scale track to almost any desired track radius; the smallest possible track radius is 30cm.

With a simple, no tools required conversion, the Track Bender II can also work with track that conforms to track code 250.

The Track Bender II features a massive aluminum body and a unique lever mechanism that makes adjusting the radius of the track easy compared to standard track benders. An easily readable adjustment scale ensures precise setting of the bending mechanism. Readjusting or re-bending previously bent track can thus easily be accomplished with the Massoth Track Bender II.

The Track Bender II is manufactured with custom made ball bearings that guide and position the rails during the bending process. For effortless sliding, the rails are also guided by plastic plugs. A set of replacement plugs is provided.

Technical specifications
  • Gauge: 45mm/IIm
  • Minimum radius: approximately 30 cm
  • Weight: 1.4 kg
  • Dimensions: 185 x 130 x 80 mm
Scope of delivery:
  • Track bender
  • 4 plastic plugs
  • 4 spacers
  • User's manual

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Massoth Flexible Track Bender 45mm for G Scale,Track Code 332

Product number: 8103045
$57.90 plus shipping

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Massoth Flexible Track Bender

The Flexible Track Bender makes the bending of flexible track much more convenient. Until now, the bending process without a Flexible Track Bender led to unequal track lengths, since the inner track profile becomes longer than the outer track profile during bending in both directions and may slip. Using the Flexible Track Bender solves this problem; the inner, fixed track profile then only lengthens in one direction during bending according to the bent radius and therefore only needs to be shortened at one end.

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