garrock wrote:I do not think the entire landing foot sub-assembly can be removed from the central cross member. It appears to be bonded on at the factory.
I too broke off a landing foot. (I already had a new-spare central cross to swap out.)
I tried various adhesives to reattach the foot.
I put a drop of various adhesives (glue) on an outside surface of the broken foot.
None of them stuck well. However, perhaps I should have roughed up the surface before apply the glue test drops.
You only have one shot using the right glue. Since the break in the foot is rough and porous, the pores will be filled if the glue fails making another reattachment attempt compromized.
I am going to take my broken foot central cross to a hobby shop. The man there said he would drill tiny holes on each side of the break and attempt to insert metal pins before gluing to help strengthen the joined areas.
Vytas wrote:The guy at your hobby shop must work cheap! A new cross is only $30.......
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