Section VI. BRIDGE ADAPTER PALLET MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Sections VI and VII of this chapter contain instructions for replacement and repair of Common Bridge Transporter (CBT)
System components authorized by the Maintenance Allocation Chart at the Unit maintenance level. Maintenance
procedures for the Bridge Adapter Pallet (BAP) are in this section, and maintenance procedures for the Transporter are
in Section VII. In some cases, components must be removed before performing the task. In these cases, references are
provided to other chapters or paragraphs within this manual.
This task covers:
c. Follow-on Maintenance
Tools and Special Tools
Pan, Drain, 4-Gallon (MIL-P-45819)
Lifting Device, Minimum Capacity 160 lb (72.6 kg)
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's: Automotive
Hydraulic hand pump removed (rear road-side section
Plunger removed (rear road-side section of catwalk
A suitable lifting device is required for removing
the catwalk because each large catwalk section
weighs approximately 160 pounds (72.6 kg) and
each small catwalk section weighs approximately
68 pounds (30.8 kg). Failure to use a lifting device
could result in injury to personnel.
This task is used for front and rear, road-side
and curb-side, catwalks. Each section of
catwalk is removed in a similar manner,
except as noted.
(1) With the aid of an assistant, secure lifting device to section of
catwalk (1) being removed.