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I've found the standard N-Gauge coupling to be very unreliable - it doesn't couple when you want it too and uncouples when you don't want it too! How many times have you seen a train break in half on an N-Gauge layout?

The best N-Gauge layouts are those where something like the D&G coupling has been used (Andy Calvert's exhibition layouts spring to mind). Very reliable, but unfortunately difficult to set up if you have fat fingers and poor eyesight.
 

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QUOTE (111 @ 7 Sep 2006, 18:01) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I've found the standard N-Gauge coupling to be very unreliable - it doesn't couple when you want it too and uncouples when you don't want it too! How many times have you seen a train break in half on an N-Gauge layout?

The best N-Gauge layouts are those where something like the D&G coupling has been used (Andy Calvert's exhibition layouts spring to mind). Very reliable, but unfortunately difficult to set up if you have fat fingers and poor eyesight.
are D&G couplings still available I still use these but need more
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