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They look nice until you try to use them, then you have the opposite effect of erectile dysfunction!

Also, to be totally correct, the coupling hook needs to be one that is spaced off the buffer beam, Mr Franks can help. (with the coupling hook, not ED!).

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This is a weathering exercise, so functionality is not paramount. I understand the problem with the couplings and it's a shame about that, but I wonder how many of these could be placed in a train before the superglue gave way. I'm not in a position to test the theory, but from some of the posts I've seen there must be a few people around who can check it.

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I've had sixty odd minerals being dragged round with superglued couplings with out drama, but I must admit i drill and pin the coupling shaft behind the buffer beam nowadays.

 

Mike.

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