EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR) : Equipment Improvement Recommendations will
be submitted IAW TM 38-750.
EQUIPMENT SERVICEABILITY CRITERIA (ESC) : For Equipment Serviceability Criteria see Appendix C.
SHIPMENT AND STORAGE:
a. Shipment & Storage:
Refer to TB 740-97-2 for procedures covering preservation of equipment for
General procedures for shipment are found in FM 55-15, with more specific information in
TM 55-2200-001-12 for rail and TM 55-450 series for air transport.
b. Administrative Storage:
Refer to TM 740-90-1 for instructions covering administrative storage of
c. Weight Classification: The weight classification of the end item is 7,600 lbs.
DESTRUCTION TO DENY ENEMY USE:
Refer to TM 750-244-3 for instructions governing destruction of
equipment to prevent enemy use.
BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST (BIL) : See Appendix H.
SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
Special tools and equipment are not required for the 4,000 lb.
Chalmers Model ACP4OPS and ACC4OPS.
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING SUPPLY LIST:
See Appendix E for a list of maintenance and operating
supplies required for initial operation.
MAINTENANCE FORMS AND RECORDS : Operational, maintenance and historical forms/records will be IAW
the current TM 38-750.
MAINTENANCE OF NEW VEHICLE: Your Allis Chalmers Model ACP40PS and Model ACC4OPS are generally
shipped with the fuel tank drained, the cooling system filled with antifreeze, the crankcase filled with a
preservative oil and the truck completely lubricated. Shipping instructions may vary so it is imperative that certain
checks be performed before placing the forklift trucks in service (see Appendix F). NOTE: INSPECTION UPON
DELIVERY. For your protection, make a thorough inspection of the vehicle immediately upon delivery. Notify the
transit agent and have delivering carrier make a notation on the freight Bill of Lading AT ONCE.
MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST (DAILY & PERIODIC) : See Appendix G.
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