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Extended 126mm Nylon Landing Skid Set for SK450 Multi-Rotor Quadcopter Frame

Extended 126mm Nylon Landing Skid Set for SK450 Multi-Rotor Quadcopter Frame

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126mm extended landing skid set for the SK450 multi-rotor frame. These are constructed from durable yet elastic reinforced nylon. This material makes for the perfect landing skid as it is both strong and shock absorbent. The feet are curved to keep from getting hung up on rough surfaces.

Specs:
Height: 126mm
Material: reinforced nylon

*Note: This listing is for the extended landing skid set only. The SK450 frame is sold separately.

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  • SKU:
    9171000217
  • Brand:
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  • Weight(g)
    46.00
  • Length
    160.00
  • Width:
    20.00
  • Height:
    160.00
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THE PRODUCT IS GOOD FOR THE MATERIAL USED, UNFORTUNATELY THERE IS NOTHING LIKE mount. Can someone help me?. THANK YOU
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well made, you have to fix them with immagination or zip tie and then you are good to go! ( i 3d printed a support for qd and transport)
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Non vanno bene per il mio telaio quindi non ho potuto provarli, sembrano abbastanza resistenti.
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This is great to install the camera under of quadcopter, good quality, best price.
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To mount these I loosened the two lower plate hex screws and slid the mount between the arm and the fiber plate. They are flexable and should reduce damage on hard landings. I can fit a GOPRO and vibration dampening mount under these legs.
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Very good quality, i used this frame to build my quad with KK2.0 v1.6 version controller board and flying very well stabile.
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Pretty good landing skid, does it's job but you may need to strengthen it using some plastic sticks . I've loaded my setup in the "files" section, I am using it with my Q450 quad.
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I actually mounted mine towards the end of the arm by drilling a 3mm hole about 20mm from the end and use 3m socket head screws to hold them on. Works awesome and still does not interfere with the camera. Makes for a much more stable setup. Great price.
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