Re: Kadee #58s: You asked for it
On Sun, 24 Dec 2000 01:47:04 EST MDelvec952@aol.com writes:
The chief beef, though, is that the already oversize coupler pocketMike, the answer is that they can't because they have to sell to modelers
who would never build layouts with scale curves. What does a real world
curve scale out to, 72+" radius? A scale coupler in a scale pocket could
not take even a 30" radius without kicking cars onto the floor.
I noticed on my littleThere, you said so yourself. Real world, meet real scale model world.
Try the solution that street railroads used, an auxiliary double ended
coupler to extend the cars from each other and allow more bending.
Imagine 60' boxcars with scale draft gear housings on 24" curves.
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