I figured if it would make sense to include the tail fork as well. I found out that these forks were aircraft specific and it is absolutely no biggie if you have some plastic sheet and some rod or brass tubing. Here is one modification and some references for other applications.

Tail fork used on a gun calibration site. Note the "Auswanderungsscheibe" attached to the spinner on the nose of the aircraft.
Tail fork used on a gun calibration site. Note the "Auswanderungsscheibe" attached to the spinner on the nose of the aircraft.
These are just basic modifications. As you can see on the reference image there can be done more in just a couple of minutes.
These are just basic modifications. As you can see on the reference image there can be done more in just a couple of minutes.
If you dont have a tail fork, you may just improvise a lil bit....
If you dont have a tail fork, you may just improvise a lil bit....

An attachement has been used in order to accommodate the profile of the fuselage. The jack is supposed to be positioned on the nose, as indicated by the dashed line.