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Landing gear mod

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Postby Shannon » Mon Nov 09, 2009 12:10 pm

Years back I talked with someone who was very familiar with this Dalke design. He in fact had a modified version on his plane. According to him this original design bent severely with one hard landing. To make this gear acceptable it had to be totally redesigned with thicker metal and gussetts. No thanks especially when original type parts are an email away !
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