Immediately I want to apologize for my English.
Let me introduce myself, my name is Andrey Kozlov, I live in Zaporozhye, Ukraine.
My brother and I started a project for the production of wheels for models.
Our wheels are made thanks to the fact that for many years they themselves have assembled plastic models and know what modellers want.
Our wheels are made of soft rubber like Axson resin, they do not need to be painted, and when assembled, they are put on the disc in light tension.
We have been making wheels from this resin for three years already; for car models on the 1/43 scale, during this time there has not been a single claim that the wheels eats wheels or cracks.
On April 25-26, I was at the exhibition in Moshona Hungary, and I saw a reaction to our collectors' sets. Reviews were very positive.
To date, ready to set on the following aircraft:
A-26 (B/C) Invader 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
B-17 Flying Fortress 1/32 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
B-24 Liberator 1/32 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
B-25 Mitchell 1/32 1/48 1/72
B-26 Marauder 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
B-29 Superfortress 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
Bf 109G-6 1/32 1/48 (two types of wheels)
Do 335 Pfeil 1/32 1/48 (Included are different front wheels and wheels)
F-14 Tomcat A/A(late)&B/D 1/32 1/48 1/72
Fw 190 A(earle)/A(late) 1/32 1/48
He 219 UHU 1/32 1/48 (two types of wheels)
Me 262 Schwalbe 1/32 1/48 (Included are different wheels on the front wheel)
P-61 Blac Widow 1/32 1/48 1/72 (two types of disks)
IL-2 Shturmovik 1/32 1/48 (two types of wheels)
So that you can assess the quality of our sets, I am ready to send, some of them, for review on the pages of your forum.