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DocRob posted a topic in Armour/AFV ReviewsI think I'm not the only AFV-builder who does not like Rubber-, DS-, Magic- or segmented tracks. Gentleman, there is a solution to our needs, somebody heard our cries. AK-Interactive has a range of different tracks in their Web Shop They carry tracks for Tiger I, Panther late, Panzer II, T-34, T-54, T55, T-62, Sherman, Panzer III early, KV 1, KV 85, SU 152, and BMP3 and the good thing you can get a limited amount of sets already assembled for a fortune (ca. 10 €). These sets are cast from white metal and look very similar to the Friul ones. The only difference I found was that there is steel instead of brass wire used for the connection. the whole length of the track is assembled, but the rods are not glued in. I didn't count the connected links but the length looked suitable. There are five spare track links per side. I love that offer and could hug the person who connected all the links and got bored instead of me Cheers Rob My set of Panther late tracks That's what is in the box. The tracks are separately packed with a short piece of wire and the spare links. Left - Magic tracks (not to bad but do not clip securely) Middle - Friul ATL-28 Right - AK Spare tracks Magic Track Friul AK And that is how it fits around the idler wheel of a Dragon Jagdpanther G2 without cleaning, I'm satisfied. One complete track. Its up to you to count the track links