I've got an M35A3 down at Adams place in Hopkins, SC 29061 that has long exceeded it's welcome (bad me). Need it to get to Chantilly, VA 20151.
It will need to be trailered. Adam can help with loading and I can help with unloading. Price is really important these days, sorry. It needs...
Taking the resistor out should raise the voltage some allowing the motor to run at a higher speed. That would mean that the voltage is low to begin with. Bad ground or connection is the most likely cause. High friction in the linkage the other culprit. Clean all grounds and connectors...
As I have done in the past, I've used the good graces of another SS member to store something for too long. Time just flies sometimes.
I have an M35A3 stored at Adams Railroad museum down in the Columbia, SC area that needs to come up to Chantilly or Lucketts, VA. The truck drives wonderfully...
I've been off the site for a little while so I haven't been reading or posting. He's my 2cents2cents wanted or not.
First off, no reason to flame or get in urination contests...especially between newbies and old timers. We're all here to help each other.
Second, contrary to the thoughts...
If it will help on getting it shipped or towed, I have a Deuce in SC, Columbia area, that needs to be towed back to the DC area. It could provide a back haul for a tow company or shipper and maybe save us both a few $$.
Not trying to hijack the thread, just offering an option.
Good luck on the recovery and the trip home. Sorry it didn't work out with both our trucks, but the CTIS was being a problem keeping the tires up.
Let me know if you need any help in the DC area.
Glad you got home safe.
I've met the lovely woman at the 1st counter on the right at the welcome center at Richmond and concur with your opinion. She can be exactly as you say. Make the trip less fun. Just think I get to go see her next week!
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