Road Bed

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by Charles Mark, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. Charles Mark

    Charles Mark Member

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    Anyone have experience with Woodland Scenics Track-Bed [N]? I've used cork before but am starting over and am curious about Track-Bed versus any other track-bed type.
  2. jetrock

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    It's softer than foam, which means it is also quieter, but not quite as firm in holding things in place--if you use nails you'll have to be a bit more careful about not distorting your flextrack by shoving in the nails too far. It works well with glue, though, and it is very flexible material that doesn't crack or get crumbly like cork.
  3. trainking49

    trainking49 New Member

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    Hi Guys, I used it on my layout and it is much quiter and easy to work with.
    It reminds me of driving on a new road.
    I would say give it a try.
    Ralph