|Message||I recently had a fellow in my model railroad shop ask if I carried your couplers. I had never heard of them and he was kind enough to send me a link to this site. I would like to have buying information and terms for shops. My web site is:|
I have many customers who would like a smaller coupler to put between their locos to achieve close coupling. I also have a couple modelers wanting more scale wheels, couplers, etc. I look forward to hearing back from you.
|Message|| Hi, congratulations, this coupler is that I was wating, I love them... |
Are you going to make couplers for passenger cars HO????
|Message||At first I thought, "oh, their nice..." BUT, then a friend of mine bought some EC87s and some rotary couplers for his coal trains and,|
I was hooked! Keep up the good work.
|Message||Great website and coupler. A must have item for model railroaders. Keep up the great work.|
|Message||After reading your web site, it is great to see some good prototype equipment comming out. I work for a major Railroad company and always want to have couplers to work like the real ones, to which - you can kick the cars in your classification yard, to make up trains. I really like to know, if the top or bottom operating system, could open the knucle too and stay open for this type of operation? Boy this would get rid of those mag-ramp, needed with the other couplers.|
|Message||What a wonderful site! Lots of excellent information about the prototype. How about working in N scale?|
Thanks and Good on ya!
PS. Sri Lanka is two words.
|Message||loks to be and excelant coupler will have to get a sample to see how they stack up against the new whisker couplers|
|Message||I install Sergent Couples in all freight car that i have, and the effect is wonderfull...but i have iron cars uses a type F couples... Do you have plan of making this couples ? |
|Message||Very interesting products, heard about them and now i've seen them. I'll keep in touch. Ray Treible|
|Message||I'm impressed! I visited a friend who is using your couplers on his H-O standard gauge railroad, and I want to start converting my H-On3 equipment to Sergents. Sorry to see they are out of stock. I'll check back later. |
PS. Any chance of an O scale version of the Type D/ E for the O / On3 guys?