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Not that I know of, but I've seen some folks post here that have made one using a crossover in conjunction with a regular switch to make a double switch.

Sunset Valley makes several styles of a crossover (and other manufacturers) : crossover
 

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Thats not a form of double slip switch that is just a double cross over. Double slip switch has four switch points. Pic above is of a double slip switch. If one was made in G scale it sure would make for some good operations.
 

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I have thought about it just to see if I'm man enough to do it. But Have no clue where to place it.??
Watch it RJ!!!!
 

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I'm keeping an eye on ya Marty. I bet I could figure out where to install it. Later RJD
 

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I had two LGB. They worked fine on stock with short wheel base. Like NW-2's and Standared box car, Flatcar, Caboose. It's when I went to the longer Streamliner cars I had troulbe.

How ever. I sure have fun with them on the shorter cars. They were a fun switch to play with.
 
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