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From the answer to the question 'How are forces on the landing gear reduced or compensated for at touchdown?' I note:
"For what it's worth you do not necessarily want to spin up the gear before landing for a few reasons. First off you would need to spin up the gear to precisely (or at least very close to) the speed that the plane was going to touch down at."
"Spinning the gear up can also have a serious gyroscopic effect that will affect the handling of the aircraft."
So why is this not a takeoff problem?
You do not need to spin to landing speed to have a dramatic effect. If you start the spin, you have added angular momentum to the wheel. It is much easier to increase angular momentum in a spinning wheel than it is to instantaneously impart it to a stationary wheel. A few scupper cups on the rim of built into the tyre edge would do the job.
"This is a great research paper on the topic that suggests (in their conclusion) a pre spin situation would see 1.07% of the wear of a static situation."
Sounds like a worthwhile saving on so many aircraft.