LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
For the location and a basic description of the major components of the CBT,
IRB-R, and IRB-I locate the desired component by matching its description callout
with the corresponding illustration callout on the opposite page.
LOAD HANDLING SYSTEM EQUIPMENT FEATURES
HEMTT HEATER COMPARTMENT The vehicles console containing the
HIGH IDLE switch, PTO ENGAGE swtich and indicators, and WORK LIGHT
switch for LHS operation.
LHS CAB CONTROL BOX The control box mounted on the heater
compartment console containing the switches necessary to operate the LHS
and BAP winch from inside the truck cab.
LHS MAIN FRAME The frame connected to the LHS compression frame
that supports the hook arm assembly in conjunction with the LHS fluid
LHS HOOK ARM ASSEMBLY The arm connected to the LHS main frame
that hooks and locks to the BAP winch frame (or IBC or NATO flatrack) for
loading and unloading of BAP, and supports the BAP winch frame for llifting
LHS COMPRESSION FRAME The frame mounted to the transporter
frame that supports the LHS main frame, hook arm, fluid cylinders, and
weight of equipment placed upon it.
LHS REAR ROLLER ASSEMBLY The horizontal and angled rollers that
support, center, and guide the BAP during loading and unloading operations.
BAP HOLD-DOWN LOCK The lock at each side of the LHS compression
frame that secures the BAP to the LHS.
REMOTE CONTROL STOWAGE BOX The box that houses the remote
control box when not in use.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU) A hand-held control box containing
the switches necessary to operate the LHS and BAP winch from outside the
cab on either side of the vehicle.