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Section II.  MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Section I.  SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT 2-1.  Unloading Equipment a. General.          It     is     the     responsibility     of     the Organizational    Maintenance    Unit    or    the    receiving organization to unload the equipment from carrier. b. Preparation for Unloading. (1) Remove the blocking from the wheels. (2) Remove tiedowns from wheels and axles. (3) Remove blocking from under the axles. Note To   remove   blocking,   place   jack under axle. c. Unload by Towing. (1) Connect  towbar,  chain  or  cable  from  tow truck to the front, lifting shackles of fire truck (fig.  105, TM 9-2320-209-10). (2) Man the cab of fire truck.  Depress clutch pedal   and   make   certain   that   transfershift   lever   and transmission gearshift lever are in the neutral positions. Release  parking  brake  by  pushing  the  parking  brake lever downward. (3) When   descending   loading   ramp,   brake the  fire  truck  by  pulling  upward  on  the  parking  brake lever. Caution The service brakes of the fire truck are inoperative when the engine is not running. 2-2.  Unpacking Equipment a. Unpacking.        Open    the    packing    containers shipped     on     board     and     display     the     contents     for inspection. Note Do    not    remove    electrolyte-from containers until ready for use. b. Depreservation. Prepare    the    fire    truck    for inspection and servicing by deprocessing the vehicle as outlined in chapter 2 TM 9-2820209-20 and as outlined, on DA Form 2258 (Depreservation Guide).  This Form is generally  attached  to  steering  wheel,  shifting  levers  or ignition switch. 2-3.  Inspecting and Servicing Equipment a. Inspecting. (1) Make  a  thorough  visual  inspection  of  the fire  truck  for  damage  that  may  have  occurred  during shipment.  Inspect components for loose mounting and missing mounting hardware. (2) Inspect the packing list and make sure all equipment listed has been received. (3) Inspect the truck chassis TM 9-2320-209- 10. b. Servicing. Note Make sure equipment is completely     de-processed     before servicing.    Make    sure    preserva- tions    have    been    removed    from such items as crankcase, fuel tank, gearboxes, and the like. (1) Perform the daily and quarterly maintenance service (para 3-6 and 3-7). (2) Lubricate   the   truck   chassis   (LO   92320- 209-12). (3) Fill the truck cooling system (TM 9-2320- 209-10). (4) Fill the fuel tank (TM 9-2320-20910). Table    2-1.        Freezing    Points,    Composition,    and Specific Gravities of Military Antifreeze Materials. Lowest Pints of Ethylene glycol expected inhibited coolant solu- ambient glycol per Compound, Antifreeze tion specific temp. gal.  of Arctic 2 gravity at F coolant 68°F3 +20 1% Issued full strength 1.022 +10 2 and ready mixed for 1.036 0 2% 0 to -65" tempera- 1.047 -10 314 tures for both initial 1.055 -20 3% installation and re- 1.062 -30 4 plenishment of losses. 1.067 -40 4 A 1.073 -50 Arctic DO NOT DILUTE -60 Anti- WITH WATER OR -75 freeze ANY OTHER pre- SUBSTANCE ferred 2-1

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