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TM-9-2320-364-10 Truck Tractor Line Haul 52 000 GVWR 6x4 M915A2 Truck Tractor Light Equipment Transporter (Let) Manual
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Lift-hook relation to hook-bar
TM 9-2320-364-10      2-251 Check for overhead power lines or other obstructions before attempting LHS operation.  LHS reaches a height of 17 ft. two in. (5.22 m) with ISO container.  Serious injury or death could result from contact with electrical power lines. Check ground conditions for firmness and extreme sideways inclination before picking-up or off-loading a flatrack.  Any ground instability beneath road wheels could cause serious injury or death to personnel. Prior to and during any load or unload cycle, all personnel should stay clear of LHS and flatrack or serious injury or death could result to personnel. Engine speed must be at idle before using hydraulic selector switch, or damage to equipment may result. (4) Turn hydraulic selector switch (2) to AUTO. (5) Move joystick (1) to UNLOAD.  Lift-hook (10) will raise and begin to move rearwards.  LHS NO TRANS lamp (3) will illuminate to indicate hook arm is up and load lock has been cleared.

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