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Resetting a jumped sprocket tooth in an LAR track


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One of the problems to contend with when making a turn at high speed with the LAR tracks is the possibility of a sprocket tooth jumping and engaging the track between the grousers. Photo 1 shows the problem. Photo 2 shows the simple ‘Special tool’ I use to reset the track. Photo 3 shows the tool set up ready to go. Video 4 shows how the sprocket tooth is reset in the LAR track. Unfortunately my
son cut the video short but photo 5 shows the sprocket and track restored. 





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