What is the purpose in having the small "narrow gauge couplers" that look like ho as opposed to using Kadee O gauge couplers? Did narrow gauge railroads actually use smaller couplers than the standard Janney-MCB?
Most of my rolling stock is On3 that runs on On30 track. The only Bachmann rolling stock I run are 12 of their hoppers, 6 cabeese, and a baggage car. I installed Kadee On3 couplers (at On3 height) on everything - looks and operates better, IMO
In your picture of the facing engines, I assume (bad idea??) that the HO size coupler is on the left. But in your picture of the two railcars, I honestly can't tell which is the HO coupler. Is the actual size difference between the HO and the On3 couplers as disparate as the engine picture makes it out to be?
As Pete wrote, I run my On30 DRGW/RGS stuff with On3 coupler height. The Kadee On3 couplers work pretty well. I even replace the Accucraft/AMS couplers with Kadee. And, step by step, replace some with the San Juan Evolution Couplers. They look great, they can´t loose their coupler springs. And they are a bit beefed up - fitting for Rio Grande/RGS.
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