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KD-742

KD-742 - #742 Medium Overset Shank Metal Coupler with Plastic Draft Gear Box - Black 2pr (O Scale)

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#742 Type E Medium Overset Metal Couplers with Plastic Gearboxes - Black - O Scale

This industry leading coupler features New Generation AAR Type "E" "Prototype" Head Medium Overset Metal Couplers, and #850 O Scale centering spring and comes complete with Plastic Gearboxes and lids The #742 Metal Coupler may be mounted with the included #817 Plastic Gearbox or #818 Metal Gearbox (sold seperatly), #819 Extended Metal Gearbox (sold separately).

Package Includes:

  • (4) Each #742 Type "E" "Prototype" Metal Couplers - Medium Overset Shank
  • (4) Each #817 Plastic Gearboxes & lids
  • (5) Each #850 O Scale Centering Springs

It is not recommended to use a metal coupler directly on a metal surface or in a metal draft gearbox to avoid possible electrical crossover and shorting that may cause damage.

New Generation AAR Type "E" "Prototype" Head:

  • Simple Drop in Design
  • Trouble Free Operation
  • Hidden Knuckle Spring
  • AAR Type "E" Coupler Style
  • Compatible with Kadee® O-Scale Couplers
  • World-Renowned Quality & Performance
  • They just Last & Last & Last...
#742 Metal Coupler Features:
Material  -   Metal
Shank Length  -   Medium (47/64") (Knuckle pulling face to center hole of Draft Gearbox)
Coupler Offset  -   Overset
Centering Spring  -  #850 O Scale Centering Springs
Head  -   New Generation AAR Type "E" "Prototype" Head
Works With  -   #817, #818, #819 Draft Gearboxes


#817 Plastic Draft Gearboxes & Lids Features:
Material  -   Plastic
Dimensions  -  25/32"L x 1/2"W x 7/32"H
Works With  -   #740, #742, #745, #746, #747, #800, #801, #804, #805, & #816 Couplers


Mounting Specifications:
Mounting Height  -   57/64"
Centerline  -   1 1/16"
Trip Pin Height  -   1/16"
Mounting Holes  -   2-56 Insulated Screws are the most commonly used. (Screw length will vary)