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TM-1-1730-231-13P Hydraulic Kneeling/Erecting Cart P/N: 10064-10 Manual
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CAUTION
TM 1-1730-231-13&P (4).   Position personnel.   Paragraph 2-8b(1). (5).   Extend struts.   Paragraph 2-8b(2). (6).   Inspect for hydraulic leaks.   Paragraph 2-8b(3). (7).   Unlock strut collars.   Paragraph 2-8b(4). (8).   Position helicopter at desired height.   Paragraph 2-8b(5). NOTE The  helicopter  will  be  kneeled  and  erected,  as  required,  for  underbelly and   overhead   clearance   while   removing   helicopter   from   C-5   cargo compartment.      After   the   helicopter   has   been   removed   from   cargo compartment, helicopter will be erected. h. Erect Helicopter (Outside C-5 Cargo Aircraft). WARNING To   prevent   injury   and   equipment   damage   from   strut   collapse   and helicopter roll-over, personnel will be thoroughly familiar with procedures contained   in   this   chapter   prior   to   conduction   kneeling   or   erecting operations. To   prevent   injury   and   equipment   damage   from   strut   collapse   and helicopter   roll-over,   personnel   will   remain   clear   of   helicopter   during kneeling or erecting operations. To prevent injury from possible helicopter rollover, keep struts as close to the same length as possible during kneeling and erecting operations. CAUTION To  prevent  damage  to  equipment  from  excessive  stress  on  helicopter landing  gear  and  cargo  aircraft  winch,  do  not  apply  helicopter  brakes during kneeling or erecting operations. 2-19

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