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Does anyone in the forum have any suggestions about how to go about finding someone to repair a comparatively inexpensive G-gauge engine made by LGB? Thanks.

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Hello Bob,

 

Rod Miller, the current president of the WBMRA, owns a business specializing in custom fabrication and repair work.  He's located in Palo Alto and from his website:

 

"I build and install custom drive systems in locomotives, scratch build locomotives and rolling stock, repair worn and broken mechanisms and models, and assemble kits into fine models, primarily for O scale modelers."

 

I'm not sure if he works on G Scale equipment but my hunch is he can point you in the right direction if he doesn't.  His website with contact info may be found here:

 

http://www.rodmiller.com/biz_overview.html

 

Regards,

 

Mark Drury

Thanks, Mark. I'll give it a try. 



Mark Drury said:

Hello Bob,

 

Rod Miller, the current president of the WBMRA, owns a business specializing in custom fabrication and repair work.  He's located in Palo Alto and from his website:

 

"I build and install custom drive systems in locomotives, scratch build locomotives and rolling stock, repair worn and broken mechanisms and models, and assemble kits into fine models, primarily for O scale modelers."

 

I'm not sure if he works on G Scale equipment but my hunch is he can point you in the right direction if he doesn't.  His website with contact info may be found here:

 

http://www.rodmiller.com/biz_overview.html

 

Regards,

 

Mark Drury

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