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For example, several load handling system engines were repaired by replacing a $200 head gasket rather than replacing the entire $48,000 engine as suggested in the--20 manual.
At Eurosatory 2008 in June Oshkosh introduced two new members of the MTVR family, both fitted with the standard MTVR cab: a 4 x 4 Lightweight model able to carry a six-tonne payload and an 8 x 8 Heavy Load Handling System able to carry a payload of more than 16 tonnes.
That tradition is continuing with the development by the Product Manager, Petroleum and Water Systems (PM PAWS), in Warren, Michigan, of the Modular Fuel System (MFS), formerly known as the Load Handling System Modular Fuel Farm.
Rugged design and tubular steel frame construction enables individual pallet loads to pass through or be lifted and held to be stacked on other pallet loads in automated unit load handling system.
The delivery order includes 750 new vehicles and 600 recapitalized vehicles, comprised of the Oshkosh([R]) HEMTT A4 variants of tankers, wreckers, cargo and Load Handling Systems (LHS).
441 items in the family of heavy tactical vehicles, including 103 light equipment transporters, 8 heavy expanded-mobility tactical truck load handling systems, 327 enhanced container handling units, 2 M978 tankers, and 1 M984A4 wrecker, totaling $54.
Drivers, the load handling system (LHS) hook arm on your PLS or HEMTT won't be grabbing many loads if you don't keep its pin, NSN 5315-01-361-2721, lubed.
The order, believed to be for 50 vehicles, includes cargo vehicles fitted with a Multilift load handling system and recovery vehicles.