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Picture Title: F-7 in for repairs
Location: Steves' shop
Photographer: Steve Claude
Submission Date: 8/2/2010 6:38:59 PM
Comments: The club F-7 at Steves' garage for some minor repairs and maintenance. Pics and a 12 word story to follow.
Gallery Category: Projects
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: Steves' shop
Owner: SCLS
Locomotive Name or Road: F-7
Locomotive or Car Type: Diesel Locomotives
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Track Gauge: 7.5
Scale: 1.5
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Critiqued 8/5/2010 7:36:42 PM by howie  , elsegundo
the F7 in steves shop for a complete checkup, still looks and runs great after one million hours!

  Comment Response Entered: 8/5/2010 10:40:38 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance
it actually pretty jacked up. broken axle bearings
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 9:20:50 AM  By: tom   d - kona,hi
Rory has his s12 apart right now for almost the same repair that was needed.I think he had about the same amount of miles on his s12 unit.we may have to look st the Greene sometime
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 11:34:14 AM  By: Phil   C - Torrance
I ran the Greeny last Sunday taking the place of the F7. Ran the Crenshaw line all day without any problems. It is a real workhorse that most people take for granted. Probably a good idea to give it a little TLC once the F7 is back on line. Can't hurt to give it a complete go through, plus maybe a little paint and some detailing.

Phil
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 11:52:30 AM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance
ya would be nice to see it in new paint scheme. maybe put a So Cal Logo on side or somwething? I think phil wants to see BNSF on the side though
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 6:18:30 PM  By: Steve   C - RPV
I am thinking the greenie should get the pacific harbor line paint job, might bring it up in the next meeting, F7 will be down for about a month I am guessing, lots of little fixes and now I am working 7 days a week go figure.
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 7:25:08 PM  By: tom   d - kona,HI
hay how about painting the greene up like Joe's car I think I can fined a fake blower for the top and just think how good the flames would look
  Comment Response Entered: 8/6/2010 8:14:39 PM  By: Phil   C - Torrance
Could we put some spinners on the wheels? Some neon lights underneath and some dingle balls in the cab? Maybe some hydraulics to make it dance on the tracks!
  Comment Response Entered: 8/7/2010 10:08:40 AM  By: tom   d - kona,HI
hay phil wouldnt that make two locos like that, yours and the clubs all bling blinged out
  Comment Response Entered: 8/8/2010 4:04:40 PM  By: Phil   C - Torrance, CA
One can never have too much bling!
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Critiqued 11/28/2011 10:19:13 PM by howie  , elsegundo
Its happy to be home, and run around with the other engines again, thanks steve.

  Comment Response Entered: 11/29/2011 8:57:37 PM  By: Steve   Claude - Downey, CA
Too bad yours decided to blow up a motor.
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