I bought a bunch of rolling stock from various places. I've finally gotten to the point on my layout where ic an put them on the track and give them a whirl. One problem , the decouping hooks are too low catching on everything in sight. The coupler boxes are mounted differently for various stock i have. I'd like some suggestions as to how to get these things at the right height . I've exerimented w/ a larger wheel and that seems to work o.k. but then i have to go out and buy wheels not really my preferred route. Here is one car i did that is correct this box car and the one directly below have the same sized wheels: O.k. here is one where it's a bit low: The box is mounted at the end of a long plastic rib that goes down teh center of the car. I can cut the box and use the plastic boxes that come w/ the kadee #5's i have but ... i'd have to then either shave the box down, or mill out the metal weight to get to the correct height: Here is a metal bottomed frieght car w/ the box at the end of it. and here is how this one lines up: I have no idea how i would modfy this box to be at the correct height. I did notice int he picture though that the metal part isn't straight and level w/ the plastic part of the car. The wheel on the right is the smaller wheel from the 3 cars pictured. Not sure where i got the larger wheel from but .... So i measured them: I did some math, 33"/87 = ~.3793 which is just about what my calipers are saying on the above. Now these .... .37*87=32.19 is that correct? These are the wheels on the cars that are too low w/ the their current coupler boxes. Any suggestions?