Several times I held my breath, from fear that our undercarriage would hit a roof or a tree-top.
Now, coming around the wing, I saw that there was no undercarriage.
Allan jumped for it, his fingers caught and clung to the undercarriage.
I busted a wing and wiped the undercarriage right off, and didn't get a scratch.
The wheels of the undercarriage have a way of throwing up mud on to the lower surface.
It will then be said to be an "undercarriage bracing lift wire."
The plane lurched heavily and something ripped against the undercarriage.
Here the carriage has a very small body, hung very high on large wheels, the undercarriage being abnormally long in consequence.
When pulling an aeroplane along, if possible, pull from the top of the undercarriage struts.
In these days this carriage was always built with a perch, the undercarriage resembling that of a coach, whence its name.