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Highest Supports - 10 segments

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  • quickly and effortlessly build bridges
  • run two trains on top of each other
  • create underpasses without collisions
  • contains 10 segments in total
  • build a full u-turn using 9 segments and 8 curved tracks
  • each segment consists of 2 supports, 2 square bricks with holes and 1 adjustable cross arm, tracks sold separately
  • 10 segments span 11 train tracks = 176 studs = 140 cm
  • the highest column, including the cross-arm, is 121.6mm high (38 plates)
  • vertical clearance of 11,8 cm (fits every Lego train)
  • horizontal clearance of 10 studs = 8 cm
  • color: dark bluish gray
  • studs on top and holes in the bottom
  • fully compatible with Lego tracks
  • Winter Holiday train doesn't fit under - the chimney is too high
  • all heights are multiples of 3.2mm (one Lego plate height)
  • purchase separately or in a bundle including 2 Incline Support Sets with a discount
  • take your layout to a whole new level of fun and entertainment


In case your train has difficulty climbing the incline, there are a few things you might check:
  1. Fresh batteries - should be non-rechargeable because accus have lower voltage which translates to lower torque and speed.
  2. Give the train a bit of speed before making the incline.
  3. Make sure the small rubber bands on the motorized wheels are present (they are by default on all Lego trains).
  4. If you have some custom trains or too many wagons, you might need to make them shorter or lighter in some way.

In general, the incline angle is a compromise between the train's ability to climb and the overall floor space needed.


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