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Tiebar,

No, you have simply run into old Triang which had back to back set narrower, due largely to thicker flanges; also note the wider tyres than are typical of current production. This stuff was made to work on the very coarse type 3 and super 4 track of the 1960's. Best way to adjust the wheels is to use a punch one eighth inch diameter on the insulated side of the wheel set, a light tap with a hammer will open out the back to back, without the risk of introducing wobble by levering the wheels apart.
 
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