Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

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Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

Postby miller49g » Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:59 pm

Well here is another horn video of my Leslie RS5TFX ex-SBD & CSX 1978.

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Re: Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

Postby Mafarnz » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:29 pm

Killer! Any idea the story on the 25 and 31 bells?
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Re: Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

Postby miller49g » Tue Jul 02, 2019 4:02 pm

Mafarnz wrote:Killer! Any idea the story on the 25 and 31 bells?

Well the damaged bells were from the scrap yard when they took it off. They dropped it and it hit the ground sad.

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Re: Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

Postby LocomotivepartsLLC » Tue Jul 02, 2019 5:36 pm

That is very sad dude that they dropped the horn.
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Re: Leslie RS5TFX ex SBD & CSX 1978

Postby miller49g » Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:37 pm

LocomotivepartsLLC wrote:That is very sad dude that they dropped the horn.

Yes it was very sad it was dropped. I am going to be getting the 2 bells repaired with 2 old bells I have that are damaged. I am going to cut out the bell mouths and weld in the pieces from my donor bells. It will be good as new then again.


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