Kato N Scale Unitrack

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by rgillan, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. rgillan

    rgillan New Member

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    Anybody know what code Kato Unitrack is? I will need to use some other manufacturer's product to complete my layout as Kato doesn't make crossings other than 15 and 90 degrees.
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    MCL_RDG Member

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    I'm gonna put my foot...

    ...in my mouth and say it's 100. But that outta the way- if you need a different crossing, can't ya think of a way to join the two types? What type are ya thinking of using with the Kato?

    Mark
  3. mistressmotorsp

    mistressmotorsp Member

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    I'm gonna make a vote for code 80. Does anyone make code 100 in N gauge?

    Mike
  4. fifer

    fifer Active Member

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    It is indeed code 80 (and nice I might add)
    Mike
  5. Catt

    Catt Guest

    Uni-Track is code 80 and can be joined with other pieces of code 80 (non Uni-Track) by simply removing the unijoiner and using regular code 80 rail joiners such as the ones ATLAS makes.
  6. rgillan

    rgillan New Member

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    N Gauge Unitrack Code

    Thanks all. I'll probably go with Peco or Atlas. My local dealer is a Brit and promotes Peco of course.
    Cheers
    Bob
  7. fifer

    fifer Active Member

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    Sounds good Bob , you can't go wrong with Peco.
    Mike
  8. stary

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    no; you can't!:thumb:

    I'm using Peco code 80 for my mains and will use Peco code 55 for my sidings.