Special landing gear for grass?

Just wondering about landing in grass. Why not make landing gear not
the same but somewhat resembling water landing gear? Maybe just a
single flat or curved panel, whatever. I'm easy. If anyone has a show
and tell for that, I would very much enjoy any links to
discussion/pictures/videos. Thank you.
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John Doe
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Most of us just use the regular wheels. If those don't work, go to slightly bigger ones. Some of the smaller seaplane models can take off and land on grass, providing it's wet. Morris
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Morris Lee
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John Doe
Seeing that you are dabbling in small electrics, you would do better with no gear, use the "single flat or curved" part of the fuselage to skid on.
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Steve Banks
Too much signal again John? LOL
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Steve Banks
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John Doe
John,
Back-quoting Steve's entire message & *THEN* you call *him* a troll? And top-post at that! --
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Jim Lilly
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John Doe
Grandstanding troll.
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John Doe
If everyone else is a troll, why do you use a flase name and block your real email address.......bloody idjit!!!
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John Doe
Because standard landing gear works just fine on short dry grass as long as undersized wheels are avoided. Lite style work best.
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