Frame mounted components are highly susceptible to fatigue failure. Fatigue occurs through long term exposure to time varying loads which although modest in amplitude give rise to microscopic cracks that steadily propagate to failure. The virtual and physical validation of frame mounted components is very crucial and time consuming part in the product development cycle. The current market competitions urge the development time needs to minimized as much as possible. This paper explains a new methodology for deriving a simple laboratory test that has at least the same damage potential as the real environment but in a fraction of the real time using advanced techniques such as Shock response spectrum, Extreme response spectrum and Fatigue damage spectrum.