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b. Lifting Frame in Unlocked Position (Load and Unload Container, Install or Remove Lifting Frame from LHS).
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1 UNLOCKED TM 9-2320-364-10 2-572      2-38.  RETURNING PLS TRUCK TO FLATRACK MODE. a. Preparation for Flatrack Mode. Lifting frame weighs 1,600 lbs. (725 kg).  Personnel must stay clear when installing or removing lifting frame to LHS hook arm hook.  Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel. Sliders must be deployed before operating LHS in container mode for proper LHS cycle.  Failure to comply will result in hook arm extending too far and lifting frame may contact rear of truck.  Lifting frame could become unhooked and cause injury or death to personnel. Lifting frame must be unloaded on a flat level surface.  Failure to comply may result in lifting frame tipping over unexpectedly causing injury or death to personnel. NOTE Perform Step (1) if lifting frame is in locked position. (1) Position lifting frame (1) in unlocked position (Para 2-37).

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