Eureka R Class exploded view diagram?

 
  shay Beginner

Is there such a thing as an exploded view diagram for the Eureka R Class?

I lined the boiler with lead, put the loco back together and have a couple of lonely screws hanging around. Don't remember where they were originally located.

Ezra

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  DJPeters Assistant Commissioner

A good quality model should come with not only an exploded view but a good set of instuctions as well for its use. Sure we all know what to do until someone saves up his pennies and buys something that came with no instructions or exploded diagrams and then asks on here what to do to get working again or something. I wont name brands as some are worse than others but most major brands these days have a decent set of both in the box so that in future you know how to remove the body or add DCC or whatever to the model. It also helps to know what to lubricate as well as some have no idea at all what to oil, grease or even maintain.

The problem starts when you want a certain model and brand X are the only ones that make it and they offer none or very little written instructions or diagrams about their models. Then you are forced to ask.

Not your answer but just a gripe I hear often from modellers.
  greendiesel Station Master

Location: Hobart
Is there such a thing as an exploded view diagram for the Eureka R Class?

I lined the boiler with lead, put the loco back together and have a couple of lonely screws hanging around. Don't remember where they were originally located.

Ezra
shay
AMRM October 2014 has an article called 'Weight for the Eureka R' with quite a bit of detail for disassembly and reassembly and does mention the various screws involved. Back issue or digital version should be available.

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