It depends on what you mean by "better". There are after-market sets;
but there is really nothing wrong with the kit tracks. If you
mean "easier" (i.e. non-link-by-link)...then just keep in mind:
Because of the wide pitch of the T-34 tracks, there are really
relatively few links to deal with; so assembling link-by-link
is not that difficult on the T-34. The T-34 actually serves
as a great introduction to link-by-link tracks. Just follow
the hints, in the afore-mentioned reviews, so that everything will
match up easier, in the end. Now, also due to the wide pitch of
the T-34 tracks, you really *can't* get away with the easier vinyl
tracks. Vinyl T-34 tracks seem to "bow", even in the middle of a link,
looking very "vinyl-ish". Whereas such bowing is not so obvious on
things with narrow-pitch tracks (Panzer I/II for example, and even
Panzer III/IV); it really can be a problem with the T-34.
i didn't mean neccessarily easier...though i do need to
learn to do links. i mostly wondered if they are accurate
and/or is there a metal set. many one piece nylons don't
look right to me, so if you say the kit tracks are good,
i'll ty them. i don't remember which t34 kit i read has
crappy tracks. must not be this one.
i will try these. than...er tanks.
The ones with the crappy tracks are the Tamiya ones as well as the
Surprisingly, each of those kit's tracks mount better on the other
The Mirage/RPM/Maquette ones are not bad but a bit thin and you have to
watch out for the version you have. Their very early set only works on
T-34 Model 1940s from October-November 1940.