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Fig.  11  High Mounted Fifth Wheel
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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 FRAMES Fig.    10  shows  the  mounting  with  reinforced  and  non- reinforced frame rail.  (Section A-A.  ) Where the mounting is made  on  a  reinforced  rail,  an  additional  4  x  3-1/2"  angle  is utilized as a spacer.  (A-A reinforced.) The illustration, Fig.  10, represents a typical installation. Wheel  base  or  fifth  wheel  location  requirements  may  dictate some modification or deviation from that shown. High Mounting Where  the  fifth  wheel  is  to  be  in  a  raised  position,  the mounting details shown in Fig.  11 are to be followed. With reference to Fig.  11, it will be noted that the support plates   or   spacers   are   fabricated   to   minimize   weight   and assure  sufficient  fifth  wheel  support.    Note  also  that  these fabricated   sections   are   extended   well   forward   of   the   rear spring  front  brackets.    Here  again,  welding  applied  to  these parts should be performed off the vehicle to avoid heating the frame rail.  When welding the spacer or support plate, apply short  runs  of  weld  alternately  on  each  side  of  the  plate  as shown  in  View  D.    This  procedure  will  minimize  warpage  of the plate during welding. Fig.  11 shows details of the mounting with reinforced and non-reinforced frame rail. (Sections A-A and B-B.  ) Fig.  11 is also a typical installation and can be varied to suit   requirements.      NOTE:   Holes   drilled   should   be   1/32" oversize.      Additional   bolts   can   be   added   where   need   is indicated. CTS-2037-HA  Page 10 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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