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07-27-2020 12:21 PM
krs Thanks, Pete and Greg
07-26-2020 05:08 PM
Greg Elmassian info on rolling stock and motive power wheels of various locos:


https://elmassian.com/index.php/larg...ls-aamp-trucks


information specifically on Aristo 2 axle motor blocks and versions, and I'm pretty sure wheelbase is there on the newer versions


https://elmassian.com/index.php/larg...-diesel-trucks


Greg
07-26-2020 04:37 PM
Pete Thornton
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Originally Posted by krs View Post
So does it tell you somewhere what the dimensions are?
For people who don't have any Aristo locos....
I happen to have an old Aristo FA block that was intended for EBT M-1. The wheels are 1.375" (1 3/8") across the treads. The wheelbase is 3.845" or it could be 3 7/8" if you are not too fussy!
07-26-2020 01:00 PM
krs So does it tell you somewhere what the dimensions are?
For people who don't have any Aristo locos....
07-26-2020 12:26 PM
Greg Elmassian It is the same, has been used to replace Aristo blocks in many cases.


All 2 axle Aristo diesels use the same diameter wheel.


Greg
07-26-2020 12:15 PM
Pete Thornton
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Originally Posted by krs View Post
@ErieRRFan -

For anyone who wants to use that motor block to build their own unit....
Could you measure the spacing between the wheels, ie axle to axle, and also the diameter of the wheels?
I believe it is the same as the Aristo FA motor block. Bachmann says on the parts listing "Compatable with Aristo engines". I'm sure the Aristo experts can tell you other uses for that truck.
07-25-2020 11:56 PM
krs @ErieRRFan -

For anyone who wants to use that motor block to build their own unit....
Could you measure the spacing between the wheels, ie axle to axle, and also the diameter of the wheels?
07-25-2020 03:04 PM
ErieRRFan Brown and Yellow are the wheels, Blue and Turquoise are for the motor.
07-12-2020 04:39 AM
Greg Elmassian ohmmeter
07-10-2020 12:18 PM
Pete Thornton Here's the pic on the Bachmann website.

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Brown, Blue, Yellow and Turquoise in one connector
So which color is the motor?



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