A crane mount is a device used to support an aircraft.
It’s commonly used for airplane landing gear, which is typically a small metal pole that’s attached to a vertical tail section.
But the term “crane mount” is often used for other items like wingtip and landing gear.
Cranes have come to replace the wingtip on airplanes for many years, but it’s not clear whether the aircraft will continue to use them.
We asked experts on the subject what crane mounts work best for aircraft.
What are crane mounts for?
For the most part, crane mounts are used to help hold an airplane’s wingtips together and prevent the wing from falling off.
For instance, a crane can be used to keep wingtips attached to an airplane by holding them in place with two poles, one on each side of the pole.
But sometimes, crane mount can be attached to other parts of the aircraft.
This type of mount is called a “trampoline” and is also used to attach landing gear to the wings.
The wingtip of an airplane will often bend, making it difficult to get the pole out of the way when the wing is being pulled by the airplane.
So, crane can sometimes be used as a support for landing gear when the plane is in a “tail-down” position.
This is when the airplane is in its “landing gear” mode, which means that the airplane’s “wingtips” are attached to the horizontal tail sections of the wing.
If the plane has a “head-down landing gear” or “tailplane” mode and the aircraft’s tail is in the air, a normal landing gear is not attached to either the horizontal or vertical tails of the airplane, so a crane is used to “pinch” the landing gear into place.
For most aircraft, it’s best to attach a crane to the landing legs when the aircraft is in tail-down mode.
The crane mount allows you to attach the crane to both the horizontal and vertical tail legs of the plane, which allows the crane mount to be removed in case of an emergency.
If you have a crane, it can be useful for many different things.
For example, you can use a crane mounted on the landing tail to move a crane that is attached to one of the landing wings.
You can also attach a fixed-wing crane to a wing to move it or attach it to the wing of an aircraft that is in “tailup” mode.
Some helicopters use a “crank crane” to help control the landing speed of an unmanned aerial vehicle.
The crankshaft on a crane motor is often mounted on a fixed wing, which can be a good option for aircraft that use a fixed landing gear or “headdown” mode that requires a crane.
The aircraft may also use a wingtip crane for “tailhooking” to hold an unmanned aircraft.
How to use a cranes mount for a helicopter: If you don’t have a helicopter, you could attach a standard crane to one or both of the wings of your helicopter, using a wing tip crane to hold the wing attached to it in place.
This will allow you to remove the crane in case you need to remove it in case the helicopter crashes.
This technique is more expensive, but is much faster.
You might also use the crane mounted in the tail to help attach landing gears, which are often used to move the landing gears.
You could also use one of these methods to attach wingtip or landing gear in the case of a landing helicopter that has a wing landing gear mode.
A wingtip is attached by attaching it to a horizontal pole on the wing and then to a fixed vertical pole on either side of that pole.
If your aircraft is powered by a propeller, you might use a special wing tip-mounted “buzz rod” to attach it.
You don’t need to attach all the rigging to the airplane at once, but you will need to tie the propeller and the wing tips together in a way that allows the wings to rest on each other without touching.
Some helicopter pilots also use cranes to hang landing gear on the wings and tails.
Some of the most popular cranes for hang gliders and fixed wing helicopters are used by professional pilots who use them for all kinds of different flying tasks.
For more information on how to use crane mounts, see our guide on crane mount mounting.
What is a crane mount for?
Some of these crane mounts include wings that are attached at the top of the crane.
These wings are known as a “tailslip” or a “flap” crane mount.
A flaps crane mount attaches wings at the bottom of the tail and can be installed for use as a flaps mount on a helicopter.
A tailslip crane mount also attaches the wings at a point on the bottom edge of the nose of the helicopter.
This “tailpiece” mount is typically used by fixed wing and wing-tail helicopter pilots who want a quick and easy