2-14. LOADING AND UNLOADING FORWARD REPAIR SYSTEM (FRS) (CONT).
FRS Cchannels of the flatrack must NOT be in contact with the terrain or any object to
prevent altering the critical reaction points of the FRS. Failure to comply could result in
personnel injury or death.
Secure all equipment on FRS before unloading or loading from vehicle. Failure to comply
may result in injury to personnel.
PLS hook arm must be disconnected from FRS hook bar of the flatrack after FRS is
To determine unstable ground, observe a PLS tire track imprint left in the ground near
the FRS. If the tire track imprint depth is greater than 1/8, follow procedures in Para
2-39 Operating FRS on Unstable or Uneven Ground.
Ensure generator door (4) is closed and panels secure.
Ensure crane (5) and outriggers (6) are stowed and secure (Para 2-29).
Ensure rear rollers (7) are installed.
Ensure the FRS (8) is unloaded on semi-level hard surface when possible.
To unload the FRS (8) from a PLS truck, refer to the PLS Operators Manual, TM 9-2320-364-10,
Off-Loading a Flatrack in Auto Mode.