Extended Landing Skid Set for SK450 Quadcopter Frame
Want to mount a camera underneath your SK450 multi-rotor frame to catch some radical aerial video? With this extended landing skid set, you can!
Constructed from lightweight yet durable glass fiber, these extended landing skids are up to the task of supporting you aerial photography multi-rotor frame. This skid set increases your ground clearance from 32mm to 180mm from the bottom of the main frame plate.
This landing skid set includes all of the hardware necessary for installation, and requires no modification of your frame. They simply bolt on to the stock landing skids of your SK450.
*Note: This is an extended landing skid set only, SK450 multi-rotor frame sold separately
These may not be the strongest around (nothing beats original 3DR chassis), but these do come close. As long as arms can bear the extra effort during landing, I don't see why these wouldn't work. A hint: get some felt or soft rubber pads with a hole in the middle, and put them where the bottom screw connects the legs, squeezing between them. May require a longer screw, but will sure get you softer landings (and less screeching sounds when this thing accidentally moves on your work desk).
you can be more prone to break arms with the legs on them. Also more visible to camera, I'm assuming that's why you want them. I've tried both and the DJI copies are so much stronger. I mount the front 2 90 degrees sideways and the back 2 90 degrees backwards. the 4 mount holes are the same distance apart to allow for this, and it keeps them out of view of my 3 axis gimbal. very light as a bonus. I've tried many landing gear options and they are the cheapest strongest and simplest for a gopro size gimbal
these skids are not good because when your quad hit the ground at a little more speed all of the quads weight affect the arms which brokes them i will highly recommend you those skids which fix on the center because i have broken my quads skids