tail bumper

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  • There was also a small extension of the fin to act as a tail bumper.
  • There was also a small tail bumper, protecting the bottom of the rudder.
  • There was a landing skid running from near the nose to under the wing trailing edge, assisted by a small tail bumper.
  • There was also a very short rubber sprung skid under the cockpit and a tail bumper.
  • A central keel skid formed the main undercarriage, with assistance from a tail bumper.
  • The rudder extended to the keel, protected by a small tail bumper under the fin.
  • The Orlik has a fixed, semi-recessed monowheel ahead of the wing leading edge, assisted by a small tail bumper.
  • There was a little tail bumper on the fuselage keel at the rudder's foot.
  • A wooden landing skid with rubber springing, assisted by a small tail bumper served as its undercarriage.
  • A skid from nose to a monowheel below the wing root leading edge forms the undercarriage, assisted by a small tail bumper.
  • On early aircraft the undercarriage was a non-retractable single wheel placed under the leading edge of the wing, plus a short skid under the nose and a tail bumper.
  • It landed on a fixed monowheel under mid-wing, with a skid that reached from the nose to under the leading edge, assisted by a small tail bumper.
  • The extreme rear fuselage had a tail bumper extension.
  • A combination of a single, short, fuselage mounted skid and integral tail bumper served as an undercarriage.
  • A skid, reaching aft to about mid-chord, and a tail bumper formed the undercarriage.
  • A small tail bumper was fitted under the rudder hinge.
  • There was a miniature skid tail bumper rather than the usual cantilever tailskid.
  • The latter was mounted on a narrow ply covered fin, carefully faired into the fuselage and extending below it to form a tail bumper.
  • Both have a simple, deep, sprung landing skid reaching from the nose to under the trailing edge of the wing, assisted by a tail bumper.
  • The rudder extended down to the keel, operating within a small cut-out between the elevators and protected from the ground by a small underfin which served as a tail bumper.
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