I have an idea about switching my tricopter to Y6 and these seems like cheap enough to test as landing gear for that on my talon tricopter, so cheap you won't regret it if it didn't worked. I'll add some pictures if I used them successfully in that Y6verry durable but shame you have to drill them yourselfI like these - fit on my 330 quad and keep it up off the ground.Very very nice landing skid for Beginners like me. They flex when you land a bit too hard, but keeps their shape. Had one that broke off, but it was during a very hard crashThese are very weak and bend easily. Not for quads weighing over 1500g. Also I am not able to fit my gimbal under my quad with these. It is too flexible. If you want to mount a gimbal, I would suggest something stronger and taller (At least 150mm).An absolute must have for the novice. I flew my quad for the first time tonight, initially I did not have these skids on, but after the 3rd "little too rough" landing I put them on and boy am I glad. Just enough spring (I agree that the larger ones might be too soft), good size and well worth the value!
I will post a picture on how I attached mine to the SK450.Great set of nylon landing skids for just about anything. Mainly used in multicopters but you can use them any way you want. Skids doesn't have any mounting holes so you have to make them yourself but that isn't really a problem. Great product for the price.No holes are drilled, plase is soft and springy.Value for money. Good addition to the frame.This frame very nice and easy to install, it came with user manual to guide you how to build the frame.