ATTACH LIFT FRAME TO CONTAINER - Continued
Attach Lower Guides
During these adjustments, personnel are required to work outside the vehicle where there
are several projecting parts, and personnel are required to bend down. Take care when
bending and straightening. A hard hat is required. Failure to follow this warning may result
in injury to personnel. Seek medical attention in the event of an injury.
If misalignment is too great, lower section of lift frame may need to be repositioned
by either lowering (unloading) or raising (loading) hook.
Perform steps 1 through 5 for both right and left sides.
Check that hole in each lower guide (Figure 6, Item 3) is aligned with aperture in side of corner casting of
container (Figure 6, Item 2). Small amounts of misalignment may be acceptable.
Release anti-loose fastener (Figure 6, Item 4) that secures lower locking plate (Figure 6, Item 1).
Pull out locking plate (Figure 6, Item 1) and rotate it 90° to align locking pin with locking hole in lower guide
(Figure 6, Item 3).
Push locking plate (Figure 6, Item 1) to fully insert locking pin through locking hole in lower guide (Figure 6,
Item 3) and into corner casting.
Lock anti-loose fastener (Figure 6, Item 4) to hold locking plate in position.
Figure 6. Lock Lower Guides.