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Looks interesting.. Do you have any better pictures?I read somewhere once where someone had used a battery powered car with a track cleaner mounted to it...
Why? With batteries mounted in the car it did not rely on track power to move...
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this goofy little camera i got dont do well.its just an old 1/32 chassis with velcro plastic on the front and velcro soft pad on the rear with a few nuts for weight. also guide pin in rear.1000 grit paper will adhere to front pad.pads are changable.hey it works.sorry bout the pics.
 

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If you can't reach across a wide table for cleaning consider getting yourself a drywall sanding pole (or just the head and mount it on your own pole). Cut the pole down to a convenient length. You can then mount cleaning cloths or even ultra fine sandpaper on it and use it to reach anywhere on your track. These can be found at most any home improvement stores. I prefer the all plastic kind with a generic clamping mechanism like you'd find on a palm sander. Don't get one that requires a specially shaped paper.
 
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