Do you fly with wheels and afraid of getting your lines tangled up in them?
Or have you found that the hanger wire that was secured with zip-ties, to hold the lines, was gone or had a line get caught under it?
I talked to a person that had that bad experience and I do not want this to happen to me.
I thought of solutions, consulted with a friend of mine that owns and operates a machine shop and we designed one that I feel very comfortable with.
This Attachment is designed for rigid frames. The parts are made of "Delrin", a high impact, low friction, wear resistant, high tensile strength plastic compound. This material is easy to work with if you would like to make slight modifications, like shortening or drilling a hole to accept a roll pin.
Aluminum was first used but it required another
costly step to keep it from oxidizing.
There are four parts, 2 for the left and 2 for the right, and the 4 screws.
You need to obtain 2 pieces of thin 1 inch square foam pads, one for each side.
Suggested is green lock-tight material for application on the screws.
The parts sandwich the outside ring of the cage at your desired position.
The snugness of the parts with the foam will keep them in place, but add another step in the pre-flight check.