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NameMartin g.Matsil
Date2014-07-21
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Messagei wish to model the metro-north trains,to wassiac,and the Long Island Railroad,to say ronkonkoma,thanks. smilie


NameRobert K. Tompsett
Date2014-07-14
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MessageI'm interested in the Sergent couplers


NameMartin G.Matsil
Date2014-05-27
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MessageI like the f,& H couplers that are used on passenger cars.That is the type I would like to buy,will let you know soon.Thanks. smilie


NameMartin G.Matsil
Date2014-05-14
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MessageI like the couplers,especially the f,and H couplers that are what they use on Amtrak,and Metro-North trains,to Wassiac,the Bombardier. smilie


Namemartin g.matsil
Date2014-04-23
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Messagei like your couplers,they look just like the proto-type,do you have special rates,let me know.Thanks.and God bless. smilie



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NameMartin G.Matsil
Date2014-03-19
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Messagesmilie i am a modeler who models passenger trains,and was wondering,if you make a shelf coupler,modeled after the type,F,or H coupler used on passenger cars,now on Metro-North,or Amtrak.Thanks.


Namepaulc101 109
Date2014-03-08
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MessageHi, i just joined so hello. Im 48 and my son bought me a PlayStation 4, ive not played computer games since the ZX Spectrum in the early 80's.


My son downloaded a game called Battlefiled 3 or 4. Im suprised how good it all looks.

Am I the worlds oldest video gamer?


NameLes Brandt
Date2014-03-04
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MessageI operate regularly on layouts that use picks on Kadee couplers. One problem with Kadees and picks is that if one must reach a good distance to uncouple, it is very difficult to insert the pick well to actually uncouple. Judging the distance can be difficult. Sometimes I must place the pick on the side of the coupler, then lift in and move the pick to the center of the coupler, move it down into the knuckles and rotate it. With Sergents, all that is needed is to place the end of the stick on top of one coupler and pull away with the loco. Much easier & quicker with Sergents. Another issue with the Kadees is false uncoupling over a permanent magnet uncoupler--can't happen with Sergents. The electromagnet uncouplers often are not quite strong enough to pull the two Kadee knuckles apart. Not a problem with Sergents, just get the magnet near the top of one coupler & it works.
Reaching in over benchwork is easier with the Sergent uncoupler--it can be held horisontally, whereas a pick for Kadees must be held vertically. Now for theory: I will make a Sergent uncoupler with a magnet on the end of a long wood skewer with the knuckle wire 90 deg to the skewer so that it may be used to open the knuckle and/or center the coupler when reaching from the side.


Namejohn jennison
Date2014-03-01
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MessageI learnt about your couplers when reading OCT 2013 copy of the Railway Modeller.I look forward to using them in the future.


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