Well the Taiwanese authorities let me back into the country before they announced the requirement to self-quarantine for 2 weeks, so I have had to go into the office........Have found time to get back to the workbench though. The arrangement of pull rods is much simpler than on the MOK Arthur (see Oldravendale's excellent build) consisting mostly of 0.9mm wire. I was concerned to find a method where it would be possible to release the wheels which otherwise would be trapped by the rods. The answer was to fit some small bore tubing in two of the crossbeams allowing the rod to be unclipped from the other crossbeam and slid along. I hope it becomes clearer in the following pictures. In place (look what happens when you leave a wheelset on the bench for a week) You can spot the tubes here: So the pull rod can slide to allow the wheels (the carriers for which are held by 10BA screws) to be removed. And here are the bits prior to painting. I think the pull rods will be secure enough with a drop of paint: we'll see. Just the tanks to clean up now. These will be fitted finally after painting.