Normally I wouldn't waste my time doing this, but I'm so damn tired of people telling me how to do something. I'm working on this route because no one else has the balls to step and do it, PLEASE
do not tell me how to do something that you won't do yourself.
In the process of doing this trailing point crossover, I laid down piece SR_2rStr_w_010m.s At the end of another 10 degree switch, and another 40 meter straight piece - a degree switch is 40 meters long.
I laid two SR_1tSwt_w_m10dr_NS.s switches back to back (well, from the diverging end of the piece), thus creating the crossover, I then reversed the first process with another SR_2rStr_w_010m.s piece.
Before its asked, in the type of route I'm building trailing point switches are used, and facing point switches are rare, for safety reasons.
So, again what Marc said:
QUOTE(Hack @ Sep 29 2009, 12:58 PM)
...The 10d turnouts can be connected without issue...
was correct. If you were talking about something else, then that's your loss. Marc told me what I needed to know.
Again, thank you Marc.