DeHavilland Mosquito Spoked Wheels (Diamond Tread)

Published: January 19th, 2014     
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Reviewed by: Floyd S. Werner Jr. - IPMS# 26266
Scale: 1/48
Company: Ultracast
Price: $7.95
Product / Stock #: 48248
Product provided by: Ultracast

Ultracast has been providing replacement wheels for quite some time. The latest offerings are all designed for the Mosquito. What sets Ultracast wheels apart from the rest of the replacement wheels is the bulge. They are realistically bulged and will add an appropriate weight to your model.

Perfectly molded in light caramel color, there are two wheels per set that are molded with unique treads. The pour blocks are small and placed in an inconspicuous place, the flat spot. Adding them to your Airfix, Monogram or Tamiya model is very easy. Remove the wheel from the block, clean up with a sanding stick, then paint and add.

Also when you order from Ultracast directly you will have to add $9.95 CDN for shipping and handling world wide.

The wheels are easily the best ones available with the most realistic bulge and unique tread patterns. The unique patterns on the wheels mean that you have a choice on your model that will set your Mosquito apart from the rest.

While on the Ultracast website check out the rest of their products, including their impressive figures.

Thanks to Ultracast for the review items. You can obtain yours by contacting them at or through your local hobby shop or online retailer. Make sure you let them know you heard about it here.

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