Greetings Engineering wizards! I need some advice/help. I have built my first Large Grid ship, all survival, and I love it. But it has a problem. In the back I have designed a functional boarding ramp, and stowage area in which I eventually plan to carry a small exploration rover. This was an engineering win i naively thought. The ramp works perfectly, controlled by two rotors. However, the problem arises whenever I touch down. On landing, the slightest jolt tears the ramp apart in a spray of sparks and alarming grinding/booming noises. It is totally destroyed. Why are rotors so flimsy?! And what can I do about it? I fiddled with the parametres for rotors, their velocity and breaking torque etc, but to no avail. My only working theory for now is to somehow attach/incorporate a landing gear into the design - a landing gear effectively inside the rover bay to hold and lock the ramp in place whenever it is closed. Would that work? But I have no idea how to do this, or to line it all up, because ideally I'd want a "small" grid landing gear. A Large one would take up too much room and prevent my rover from driving inside. But how does one build a small landing gear onto a large ship? Is it somehow possible? At this point I am stuck, and would greatly appreciate some advice. So you can better visualize, these are two pics of the back of my ship, one with the ramp up, the other with it down. Many thanks in advance!