1/48 Allied Truck Load Set #2 (Fits Tamiya Truck #32548) - ValueGearResinStowage

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Item location: Flagstaff, Arizona US
$15.00 USD
+ $3.25 shipping

Product Details

Description:
Fits Tamiya 1/48 2.5 Ton Truck Kits#32548 #26539. Removing Old Paint: Do not soak resin bits in brake fluid to remove paint. Brake fluid may work on Poly Styrene (kit plastic) but it wills destroy most resins.
Condition:
New
Brand:
Value Gear Details
Country of Manufacture:
United States
Period:
WWII
Theme:
Tanks Trucks Halftracks Dioramas
Scale:
1/48
Year:
2017

Seller Details

Seller:
valuegearactual
Seller Rating:
3381 (100%)
Ships to:
Worldwide
Shipping Options:
USPS First Class Package
Returns Accepted:
Yes

Additional Product Information

1/48 Alied Truck Load Set #2 (Fits Tamiya Truck) - Value Gear Resin Stowage.

Truck Not Included! This is and Unpainted Resin Kit!

Bed Size is - 40 X 76 mm  1 5/8 X 3 Inches.

Fits Tamiya 1/48 2.5 Ton Truck Kits  #32548  #26539.

I do not have any idea if it will fit Bolt Action Vehicles.

Helpful Tips - Working With Resin Parts: .

Cleaning/Degreasing: All resin bits should be cleaned with washing up liquid, glass cleaner or alcohol before painting to remove any mold release or oils for best adhesion of glue and paint.

Sanding: Use a dust mask and safety glasses when sanding. Resin, plastic, wood or other fine ground dust can be harmful.  .

Gluing: Resin parts need to be glued with "CA Glues or Super Glue" (Cyan Acrylate) or epoxy glues or epoxy putties. Normal model cement will not work on resin.

Painting: All pieces should be cleaned and primed before painting for strongest finish. Most paints will stick to resin but can be easily scratched or scraped off without primer. I like to paint and dry brush with combinations of Tamiya, Testors and Vallejo Paints - Washed with Games Workshop Citadel Black and Brown Washes.

Bending Resin: Resin bits can be bent and shaped using boiling water. Toss a piece is a coffee cup, pour in some boiling water and let sit for 30-60 seconds and bend away to fit your fender, turret or other spots etc... Practice on some older unused resin pieces from your spares box. This is also a good tip for flattening out resin buildings or any other resin pieces that may not be flat. Experiment with time and tempature of water.

Removing Old Paint: Do not soak resin bits in brake fluid to remove paint. Brake fluid may work on Poly Styrene (kit plastic) but it wills destroy most resins.