The forward end of the fuselage was easy to attach to the rotisserie fixture. Several metal strap clamps were formed over the fuse tubes and simply attached with wood screws to the plywood panel that was used to spin the frame. The rear end of the fuselage was more problematic. Several protruding parts such as the rudder stops and hinge bushings were in the way of trying to flush mount the tail end of the fuse to the spinning plywood disk. I discovered that a drill press vise had a sizable clamping area and was already “V” grooved for tubing. A good snug turn on the vise handle kept the fuse nicely attached to the rear rotating disk of the rotisserie.