Originally Posted by BruceEicher
Yes, by the same designer and machine shop as the original factory legs all the way to fail. And the aluminum took more abuse/weight than the steel before failure.
I like the idea and not that I'm qualified to say, but its not one-time load failure that I wonder about, its cyclical fatigue. Aluminum is poor at it and steel is very good at it. I'm assuming that small planes fly so little that you'd never get to the cyclic fatigue limit?