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Here's a trick I use to reduce unwanted break-in-twos at train shows and the like.  All you need is a black rubber hairband, as can be bought at Walleyworld.  A lifetime supply costs a dollar or so:

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1) Slip the rubber band over one of the couplers.



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2) Twist band, slip over other coupler, twist again to make sure it's tight:

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3) Them little indefinites ain't going ANYWHERE, even if a knuckle opens! 

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You can also wrap one of the bands around an operating coupler to keep the latch from moving. 

Hope this helps! 

Mitch

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Here's a trick I use to reduce unwanted break-in-twos at train shows and the like.  All you need is a black rubber hairband, as can be bought at Walleyworld.  A lifetime supply costs a dollar or so:



3) Them little indefinites ain't going ANYWHERE, even if a knuckle opens! 

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You can also wrap one of the bands around an operating coupler to keep the latch from moving. 

Hope this helps!

Mitch

Great Solution Mitch..... I need to save the Under-The-Hood Library in my search bar. Thanks Masked Ranger

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