According to my last tests, more precise than the previous ones, the vertical load on the upper rod end which connects the wing to the fuselage represents less than 15% of the wing load. That is 15% of 120k = 18kg for 1G. For 6G = 108kg. I remind you that I tested the 10mm rod end at 181kg! Whatever the grumpy say, I maintain that we can therefore very well use a rod end as I did to fix the wing to the fuselage. The problem will be rather the fixings of the strut, which must withstand a traction of 2 times the load of the wing, that is to say at 6G: 720kg x 2 = 1440kg.
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