I don't understand exactly what you're talking about. The gear on the FG B-52 appears to be quite close to what appears on the real thing. Remember these are not 100% scale models, but rather paper sculptures, representing a particular airplane. There are model designers whose models come very close to 100% detailed scale models, but they are far more complex to build, and expensive.
Back about 1970, I was TAD to Barksdale AFB to repair a Cougar in need of an engine change. We shared a hangar with a B-52 that was going through phased maintenance. One of the tasks was to jack the behemoth up, apply external hydraulic power and do a complete operational check of the landing gear. It was an amazinig operation that took the better part of a shift. I'd done the same thing on fighters,but this was 'way bigger. Watching the gear pivot, for example, for crosswinds landings was something I'd never seen. The main gear were positioned outboard on the fuselage and pivoted inboard for retraction. They were staggered, one gear slightly ahead of the other. (the FG side view drawing on page one leaves out the opposite gear, for clarity) The AF tech's were really proud of their bird (as they should have been) and gave us the ten dollar tour, during the operation. We were invited into the cockpit during some of the checks, and observed the indications and felt the beast tremble as the massive gear came up and locked. They were were as curious about our little bird, and were amazed that you had to crawl down our intake, with the engine running, to do checks and adjustemnts. We were there for about a week, and the hospitality shown us at that, and other AF bases we visited for similar reasons, was always the best.
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