Peco HO SL8300 Code 83 36" Flex-Track (25)


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Peco HO SL8300 Code 83 36" Flex-Track (25)
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Peco Code 83 track components are based on American Railroad Engineering Association drawings, and have been designed to meet NMRA standards.Due to size restrictions this item cannot be shipped to Australia, New Zealand, or Canada by First Class Mail

25 pieces per box.

Peco Streamline Code 83 track features ties molded in creosote-colored flexible plastic that mimics the look of the prototype, plus wood grain, tie plate and appropriate spike details.

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  • 5
    Wonderful, best to install (glueing).

    Posted by Michael on Oct 15th 2018

    Works great on curves for installing, and track holds in the ties best when handling.

  • 4
    Peco code 83 Flex track.

    Posted by C. Corton on Jun 29th 2018

    Nice track with good detail. Care must be taken as this track is easy for the rail to turn over and damage the finely moulded plastic clips when laying the track or bumping it with a tool. Having said that I would recomend the product, just need to be carefull when laying.

  • 5
    Yep, really good.

    Posted by DudePants on Jun 29th 2018

    Waaaayyy better than Atlas, plus there's actually supply you can find and buy, go figure. Sorry Atlas, Peco is my only choice!

  • 3
    I love Peco but not this track

    Posted by Timothy Cunningham, on Jun 29th 2018

    I think Peco's products are terrific and I use their turnouts exclusively. I wanted to use their track, too, but I find it hard to work with. Both rails will slide through the ties with some force, which sounds like a good idea, and the track somewhat holds its shape when flexed. In practice, though, it is hard to hold a nice curve without spiking it very frequently, and also to get the rails the right length. I find the Atlas track with one sliding rail much easier to use. Sorry, Peco!