Easy as Pie. Just use some fine copper wire like phone cable.I crimped the lower section first then got a snug fit. Try not to fit the wire on the bottom seam. The wire is extented for show. No need to take yor money, Ed.I have heard of conversion pins that connect O to O/27 track.
I have never seen any though.
(T man probably will make some now.)
Put my order in for a couple of dozen T.
I have some O-27/O-31 pins here, I'll look around and see who I ordered it from. Here you go: http://www.modeltrainstuff.com/Gargraves-O-802-O-27-Gauge-Track-Mating-Pin-p/gar-802.htm
I can't really see by the picture. (the enlarged picture is the same size! I hate that!)Well, the answer is no. I picked up a dozen because I was apparently mistaken when I read the description, us novices will do that. I just looked, and of course they don't work!. I thought I had found the ideal thing to mate the two tracks.
JamesH has some o/27 track for sale here.The classic "fix" I see in looking is to simply jam the O pin into the O-27 track and form the track around it. I guess that will work, but I was looking for an elegant solution.
I have a lot of O-27 track, so I was thinking of having a couple of runs on the layout using it, since I can't seem to win an auction on eBay lately on track. Guys are paying $1.50/ea for old track, I can have brand new track for $2. I refuse to go past $1/ea.