I am thinking about rearranging my the yard on my layout. I doing so I end up a crossover, where the two turnouts are related, so that it if one gets changed, the other should get changed. I would like to have it so one switch controls both turnouts. This is in N scale and I am using Caboose Ind. 206S ground throws to control my turnouts right now. I was thinking about doing this using bicycle break cable or some other wire in sheath type of contraption to link both turnouts together. I was concerned about the tensioning on this. In theory the throw bars move the same amount so when one is fully closed the other should be, but I am skeptical if I am precise enough to make this translate into reality. The one solution that came to mind was using small rods, similar to the ones on Tortoise switch machines. The switch would have a slightly longer throw then required, and then these rods would flex slightly to take up the extra tension and insure that both sets of points were firmly closed. Anyway it is all in my head at this point and I would like to know if any of you have done some thing similar or have any suggestions on how to set it up. Thanks!