Gear Jack Headless Stanchion Assemblies — Why you need them.
Supporting an RC turbine jet or large RC warbird requires at least three, and often four, points of support. The core of the setup is a pair of
Fuselage Support Assemblies, one located on each side of the fuselage near the wing root. They carry the heaviest part of the aircraft and restrict roll movement during transport.
For the nose and tail you'll probably want to use a DIY Fuselage Support Bracket that you can form to match the shape of the fuselage at the point of support. To complete the set up, you need a Headless Stanchion Assembly for each DIY Bracket.
And in keeping with the modular, super adjustable nature of Gear Jacks, you may want to have additional DIY Brackets so you can form them to fit different airplanes then simply swap out the 'heads' when you want to secure a different plane.