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9-11. ADDITIONAL INSPECTION CRITERIA (CONT).
(4)  Corner Fittings. See Figure 9-4. Corner fittings must not be distorted or cracked and must not have any
worn, broken or gouged apertures that would prevent engagement or safe use of vehicle securement devices or
container lifting devices. Corner fittings must not have any repairs.
(5)  Corner Posts. See Figure 9-4. A flatrack is unacceptable if a corner post has any of the following
major defects:
(a)
A dent or bend that is greater than 3/4 in. (19 mm) in depth. regardless of length;
(b)
A crack, break, cut, tear, puncture or corrosive failure;
(c)
A defective, cracked or broken weld at the juncture with a corner fitting;
(d)
Any splice.
Figure 9-4. Corner Fitting and Corner Post Damage
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