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TM-9-3990-206-14-P Palletized Load System (PLS) FlatrackM1074/M1075 Manual
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Stacking/Loading (Normal).
TM 9-3990-206-14&P
2-11. FLATRACK STACKING AND LOADING ON PLS.
a.
Stacking/Loading (Normal).
Flatracks must be empty when stacked. Attempting to stack loaded flatracks could cause
serious injury or death to personnel.
NOTE
Two flatracks loaded on PLS truck is maximum if legal length requirement must be met. If
no legal length requirement must be met, maximum of four flatracks may be loaded on PLS
truck.
Steps (1) through (4) are done only on flatrack that will be located below flatrack to be
loaded.
Flatracks may be stacked either on the ground or on the truck.
When stacking flatracks directly to truck, there must be at least one empty flatrack already on
the truck.
Two people are required for stacking/loading flatracks.
For alternate stacking procedure, go to Subpara c.
(1)
Push up and turn handle (1) on two front locks (2) to UNLOCK position as shown.
(2)
Remove pin (3) from rear extension (4) and rotate extension outward.
(3)
Install pin (3) to secure rear extension (4) in place.
(4)
Remove three lifting straps (5) from flatrack stowage box (6).

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