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Im a relative newbie and Im building a permanent digital track in a spare room on a couple of tables. I dont have that much space so as per some of the posts I have read I want to double up and have another level in sections.

Can anyone suggest the best track supports for this without me having to test my carpentry skills with the old wood, hammer and nail approach?

I dont think the wibbly wobbly scaley track supports will cut the mustard in this case so hoping that someone out there already has a solution that wont put a dent in the wallet?

Cheers min
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Sandy,
what you need is a "Track in a Box" this is quite an old thread now, it's not even Sport track but there is no reason why it can't be done with Sport. It won't break the bank and it was great fun to drive


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Check out Vecbtb's layout on a 4x8 foot table (link). He used simple dowels under plywood for the elevated track base.

Alternately, use the plastic risers from Scalextric or other manufacturers, depending on which brand of track you are using.

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cheers guys.... both tracks are inspiring, especially the 8x4 table, exactly what Im looking for.

Looks like I will have to get busy with some mdf, dowels and a jigsaw!

Current track is getting a bit boring but spare time is in short supply so it might be a long term project.

thanks
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