UNLOADING BAP TO GROUND
Assistant will act as ground guide when maneuvering
CPT and during operation of the LHS. Failure to
comply may result in damage to equipment.
During all transporter operations, the CBT operator
will drive and be responsible for the operation of the
LHS via the cab and remote control boxes. The
assistant will act as a ground guide, be responsible for
directing the operator using hand signals, and assist
the operator as needed.
a. Position CBT so that rear of vehicle is approximately 16 ft. (4.9 m) in front of
where BAP is to set on ground, apply service brake (3), move transmission
selector lever (2) to N (neutral), and pull parking brake control (1) out.
The winch frame must be locked to the BAP prior to
unloading BAP to ground. Failure to comply may result
in damage to equipment or injury to personnel.
When both levers are in the UP position, the winch frame
is locked to the BAP. Perform steps b and c if levers are
in the DOWN position.
b. Remove quick-release pin (5) from stud (7) at both sides of winch frame (6).
c. Swing lever (8) up so that end of stud (4) is through hole in lever (8), and
install quick-release pin (5) on stud (4) at both sides of winch frame (6).