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Lionel Trains Track O FasTrack 36" Manual RH Switch

by Lionel

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Lionel Trains Track O FasTrack 36" Manual RH Switch + Lionel Trains Track O FasTrack 36" Manual LH Switch + Lionel - FasTrack - Straight Track - 4 Pack
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Includes 1/4 curve to complete O36 45-Degree curve, Flawless non-derailing function allows trains to keep running regardless of switch position, Plug and play using track voltage or auxiliary power. Dimensions: Length: 10 Straight, 33 3/4-Degree turnout

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 9 x 2 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0006TW7P6
  • Item model number: 6-12018
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,668 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

It is well worth it over the long haul as this stuff is built to last.
T. Mackel
On the other hand, remote switches not only come with a remote control, but they are also self-aligning.
Hugo Pachas-Luna
It works great and the ghrandchildren enjoy making the train switch tracks.
Granddaddy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Beabea on September 29, 2007
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We bought a few switches to make our basic loop more fun. The switch comes with a quarter turn piece of track. You can change the side that the switch post is on from the left to the right. This is helpful since the post can get in the way on some layouts. It is well built and trains make it smoothly across the switch without derailing. They are a bit expensive, but it makes your train set more fun. Be careful when ordering because there is a left hand and right hand switch.

2012 Update - the red switch post that you turn to open and close the switch can break. If this happens, you can buy a replacement post. To remove the old post, pull straight up on it. Then push the new post into the place. I agree that Lionel needs to make these stronger. The replacement part number is 6102017094 RED SIGNAL LEVER / FASTRACK MANUAL SWITCH. It costs less than $4 and you can buy it at a hobby shop or Lionel sells replacement parts at lionel dot com.

One last recommendation which has nothing to do with the switch - to make your set more fun consider adding some 1:43 scale cars, fire engines, buses, trucks, etc. Just search Amazon for 1:43 diecast. This scale is about the same as O-gauge and you can find some fun items at a reasonable price
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Hugo Pachas-Luna on June 14, 2011
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The main difference between a manual switch and a remote switch is the lack of all electronic components of the former. The only way to control a manual switch is either using its fragile flag or pushing its rails manually. On the other hand, remote switches not only come with a remote control, but they are also self-aligning. A self-aligning (or non-derailing) switch automatically throws the switch to the correct position when the train approaches (e.g. in reverse loops or short cuts), and therefore prevents derailments. The manual switch is not self-aligning, therefore you will need to run and change the switches to the correct position all the time. Yes, if you have a heavy train going at a slow speed, you could expect that the weight of the train will adjust the rails, but I wouldn't recommend assuming that it will always be the case. Avoid frustration and get some remote switches instead.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. Mackel on January 30, 2010
I own four of these switches and plan to buy four more. This product would be perfect except for the stupid little red target flag on the switch. It's is just begging to be broken off and it is off two of mine. Our layout is on the carpet and that is how it will be for some time to come. I doubt we will ever built a permanent layout. Our layout is approx 7'x 9' and has over 24 pieces of curve over 30 straight, bumpers, trestles and with the kids playing in and around the layout, this design flaw is irritating. We really like the Fastrack product as my kids and I can take it down, change it around, add - subtract all on the carpet.

Okay - once you realize that you will probably lose most of the little read flags through breakage don't worry because the switch operates - is high quality and the loss of the flag does not interfere with the operation of the mechanism.

I wanted to add that Fastrack is an expensive product and hard to get use to the budget needed to get a decent supply of parts. It is well worth it over the long haul as this stuff is built to last. We sold all our HO scale train stuff to move to O scale and my kids are having much more fun.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Granddaddy on February 26, 2013
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I was surprised how quick the order was processed and shipped. The switch was packaged very well and arrived in perfect cond. It hooked up just like it was supposed to do. It works great and the ghrandchildren enjoy making the train switch tracks. I will use this vendor again. Thanks The Grandaddy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Max Wimpffen on November 26, 2012
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I purchased a Lionel starter set for my son last year which included a loop of Lionel's Fastrack plastic track system. The track is easy to put together and has worked well, so I bought a right and a left switch to expand my son's setup. However, I am very disappointed with the quality of the switch stand and throw lever which is used to actuate the switch. The individual components of the switch stand are almost literally no thicker than toothpicks. While this might have been done to add visual scale realism, it is obvious that the first misplaced footstep on our floor layout will instantly break the switch assembly. Since the toothpick sized flag pin protrudes vertically, it is also likely to injure bare feet. If one were to use these on a dedicated layout, up on a bench, the size of the switch stand probably wouldn't be an issue. Note that they are shown to be for ages 14 to adult, and I guess they mean it. These are expensive items and, given that they will very likely break in the manner we intend to use them, and have been reported to do so by another reviewer, I cannot justify their purchase. I will return the switches, cut my losses with Fastrack, and instead stick with the extremely durable, and time-tested, tubular track system for future purchases.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Willam Tomzick on December 20, 2012
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Now I will buy more of these - I am going crazy with these trains - I am building a layout for my grandson that will fold up against a wall
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carmelo Montes on January 14, 2013
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FasTrack what can I say that has not been said already, easy to put together. Easy to take apart or hang an oval on a wall or both half of a figure 8 just to get it of the floor. O-36 Manual Switch works well with all FasTrack. The Left and the Right Manuals Switches are the only ones I let my 10 year old use. I less for him to break. The switch is thin and just a small tap would break the orange marker (my son broke it the first day). Super Glue will fix it up again, but something that has to be touch to switch should not break so easy.
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