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3rd party 9V LEGO tracks

I've been looking around for 3rd party 9V LEGO tracks but couldn't really find anything other than what already exist on the market from LEGO itself. I saw that FX tracks are going to make some switch tracks but that's nothing really new from what we already have access ( )

I was curious if any of you guys had experience adding copper to some of the 4DBrix/Trix Brix tracks to make it work with the good old 9v LEGO trains? ( ) - ( )

Or if any of you guys know any other 3rd party LEGO tracks (particularly 9V), I would be highly interested to consider!

Thanks in advance!


  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,761
    Hi and Welcome!
    From my perspective, most 'custom' 9v track has been about as expensive as buying it from sellers on sites like eBay and Bricklink. The difference is that the 'custom' track does have the larger curve radius track that LEGO never produced.
  • 50cent50cent Member Posts: 7
    edited April 2022
    Yes, I'm more interested into the crossover/switch tracks from the 3rd party as I mentionned: ( ) - ( )

    For the classic straight and curved one, I prefer using the official LEGO ones, but since they never made such great crossover/switch tracks officially, I was looking for some alternatives in the 3rd party market

    (Looking for 9V alternative ideally)
  • MattDawsonMattDawson Member Posts: 1,470
    For 9V, you have a choice of either FX Bricks or OKBrickWorks, although the latter is 3D printed with an inverted model trail rail inserted for power.

    For plastic only, you have BrickTracks, TrixBrix, 4DBrix and a few others, in a mixture of both injection moulded and 3d printed. 

    I can vouch for the quality of Bricktracks, OKBrickWorks and FXBricks - TrixBrix are generally good but can lack clutch power, and their double length straights have suffered some moulding issues (1/4 stud too long).
  • 50cent50cent Member Posts: 7
    Wow excellent thanks a lot for the feedback here, I will take a look into it!
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