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  1. Hello guys, I've been chatting with Alistair over at Aerocraft for a few days, he has kindly sent me some samples of his U/C legs in Brass. For this review we'll look at the Brass inserts for the HobbyBoss B-24. In my opinion these legs are a "must" for the model. It is already pretty heavy, and that's before the weight goes in the nose, I'm not sure the white metal legs out there would support this model over time? They fit with a tiny bit of clean up on the insides of the plastic parts, which require clean up anyway as they have ejector pin marks in them. These are available from Aerocraft at:- https://aerocraftmodels.bigcartel.com/ for the measly sum of only £20! As usual, I also did a video review... Regards Nige
  2. Hi everyone... Another undercarriage leg review today, and another great Brass product from Alistair over at Aeroscale. May I present to you, the Brass Nose Gear leg for the Revell 1/32 Eurofighter Typhoon.. This is a one piece, (rather than 6 plastic kit pieces), drop in addition to the kit which will not only give the model more rigidity on its legs, but also add detail, bettering the plastic part in many ways on detail. You can clearly see here the detail all over the part is vastly improved over the kit part, and for only £8, I feel this is a worthwhile addition. Here we can see it is a simple drop in fit.. a couple of drops of CA and hey presto, you're done. Add some wiring and brake lines and youi'll have a stunning feature on your 1/32 scale jet. Available from Aerocraft at https://aerocraftmodels.bigcartel.com/ I have also done a video review if you want to see this "moving before your very eyes"...
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