2-11. LOADING BRIDGE BAY FROM THE GROUND (continued).
Release parking brake.
Be sure hook holder is stowed in saddle or damage to hook could result.
Position WINCH switch (24) to IN and release when hook holder (27) is in saddle (28).
u. Position remote MAIN FRAME switch (21) to LOAD.
Steer Transporter as necessary to guide bridge bay onto BAP rear rollers.
w. Set parking brake when bridge bay contacts rear rollers and clears the ground.
x. Continue to hold remote MAIN FRAME switch (21) to LOAD until main frame is fully stowed.
As main frame moves into stored position, turn HIGH IDLE switch (18) to OFF.
When NO TRANSIT WHEN LIT indicator is illuminated, Transporter may be
maneuvered in the immediate vicinity of the loading/unloading site. However,
Transporter is unsafe for road travel. Open-road driving when NO TRANSIT
WHEN LIT indicator is illuminated could result in death or injury to personnel
or damage to equipment.
Position HOOK ARM switch (19) to LOAD until LHS hook arm has been fully stowed.
Reposition and lock both rear guides after bridge bay retrieval. Failure to
reposition and secure rear guides after bridge bays are loaded could result in lost
bridge bays or Transporter rollover during transport, causing death or severe
injury to personnel.
aa. Make sure curb-side and road-side front pin lock assemblies and rear guides are locked on bridge bay pins.
Always release tension on winch cable after operation, to avoid undue strain on
frame and cable and to prevent damage to equipment during transit.
ab. Position WINCH switch (24) to OUT and release when winch cable tension is released.