Re: n-2-a couplers
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The closest I've been able to find are Japanese-prototype Shibata couplers from Kato and Tomix, which look more like Scharfenberg couplers than N-2-A. They're quite a bit oversized in Japanese HO (1/80), and the Tomix and Kato couplers don't seem to be compatible with each other so you'd need to pick a brand and stick with it. For subway cars and light rail, you might be able to use their N scale versions as stand-ins for HO Tomlinson couplers.
I'd also be interested in some prototypical N-2-A couplers of Sergent quality. It seems like they would require quite a bit of development work.
On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 2:48 PM Martin Matsil via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
any one make couplers like the n-2 A type used on the LIRR,mu cars,would be great for all trains.!