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The remaining impressions from the cyanoacrylate (CA) glue gave the effect of casting numbers after weathering the eventual paint scheme. Modelkasten’s SK-18 track links were used on the kit with 96 links per side. The track sections were pieced together on the supplied jig that mounts eight links at a time. The small stubs with the cotter pin detail were placed on the outside of each track run. The guide horns were individually glued in place on each link using Tamiya’s Extra Thin Cement. I used a small chain from Tiger Model Designs to retain the towing pins for the front and rear of the vehicle, and also the cap on the drain port by the turret traverse muffler.
Aves Apoxie Sculpt was used for the Zimmerit on this model. An almost identical product, Zimm-It-Rite, is manufactured by R&J Enterprises and Milliput was used with good results on the Panzer IV Ausf. H featured in the Gallery chapter. A small pea-sized ball was thoroughly kneaded together from the two parts of the epoxy putty. The compound was spread thinly on the front and rear of the model and on the turret skirts, working on one area at a time. After an hour or so, the putty will begin to lose its elasticity and become more difficult to apply.
The DML return rollers are better detailed and the outside half was mated to the inside half of the Tamiya parts so that they would still fit into the mounts. The nuts and bolts on the Tamiya mounts were replaced with DML ones. The idler axles were cut off and holes drilled out to accept the DML idler axles so that they could be adjusted to obtain the correct tension in the tracks. The undersized rivet detail on the idler support braces on either side of the hull were replaced with more accurately sized Grandt Line No.