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Figure 7-1. Blocking and tiedown diagram MW24C scoop loader on CONUS general-purpose flatcar (side view).
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Loading the MW24C Scoop Loader on Special Purpose Flatcars
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Table 7-1. Bill of Materials Blocking and Tiedown of MW24C on CONUS General-Purpose Flatcar (Figs 7-1 Through 7-3).
Approximate
Quantity
Description
Item
Douglas-fir, or comparable: straight-grain, free from material defects;
Lumber
Fed Spec MM-L751H:
80 linear ft
2-x 4-inch
12 linear ft
2-x 6-inch
100 linear ft
2-x 12-inch
Common, steel: flathead: bright or cement-coated; table XI-b,
Nails
Fed Spec FF-N-105B:
25
12d
560
20d
170
30d
6
Standard, open-type: 5/8-inch
Thimbles
Wire rope, U-bolt clips, saddled, single-grip; steel; Crosby heavy-duty, or equal;
Clamps
20
MIL-STD 16842: 5/8-inch
as required
Waterproof paper, burlap, or other suitable material
Cushioning material
2
Anchor, screw pin, l-inch pin size; NSN 4030-00-542-3182
Shackles
Wire rope
6 x 19, IWRC; improved plow steel; preformed, regular-lay; table X, Fed Spec RR-
60 ft
W-410C: 5/8-inch
Table 7-2. Application of Materials for Blocking and Tiedown of MW24C loader on CONUS General-Purpose Flatcar
Application
No. Required
Item
Brake wheel clearance. Minimum clearance required is 6 inches above, in back of, and on both sides of,
A
and 4 inches underneath wheel.
Blocks (detail 1, fig 7-3). Locate one against the front and rear of each wheel.
8
B
Side cleat. Each consist of one piece of 2- x 4- x 20-inch lumber. Locate one piece on each side of each
16
C
item B. Secure to car floor with six 30d nails.
End cleat Each to consist of two pieces of 2- x4-x 12-inch lumber. Locate one against end of each
8
D
item B. Secure lower piece to car floor with four 30d nails and top piece to lower piece with four
30d nails.
1 each item F Cushioning material. Locate bottom portion under item F: the top portion should extend 2 inch above
E
item F (detail 2, fig 7-3).
Side block. Each to consist of one piece of 2- x 6- x 36-inch lumber and three pieces of 2- x 4- x 36-inch
4
F
lumber (detail 2, fig 7-3). Nail one edge of 2- x6- x 36-inch piece to bottom 2-x 4- x 36-inch piece
with five 12d nails. Then place against tire and nail to car floor through 2- x 4- x 36-inch piece with
four 20d nails. Nail the other two 2- x 4- x 36-inch pieces to one below in the same manner.
Wire rope. Each to consist of one piece of 5/8-inch wire rope. length as required (about 15 feet). Form
G
4
a complete loop between tiedown shackle or provision and appropriate stake pocket (detail 3, fig
7-3). Wire-rope ends should overlap a minimum of 24 inches.
Clamps. Place four on each wire rope at the overlap area and space 3-3/4 inches apart with a
H
20
minimum of 6 inches from ends of cable. Place one clamp under each stake pocket and shackle, to
secure wire rope and thimble together (detail 3, fig 7-3).
Thimbles. Place one at bottom of each stake pocket (four) and each front shackle, item K, where used.
6
J
Shuckles. Attach one to each front tiedown provision of the MW24C scoop loader.
K
2
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. Handbrakes are to be set and air tanks must be drained.
2. Gearshift levers must be placed in the neutral position and wire-tied.
3. See General Rules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 14, 15, 19A, 19B, and 19C, section 1 of the Rules Governing the Loading of Commodities on Open-Top
Cars and Trailers, published by the Association of American Railroads, for further details.
4. Tensioning of wire rope can be accomplished with an applicable size come-along mechanical hoist or equal tensioning device.
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