2-39. OPERATING FORWARD REPAIR SYSTEM (FRS) ON UNSTABLE OR
FRS C-channels 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.
FRS cannot be placed on unstable uneven ground greater than 4 degrees. Failure to
comply may result in injury or death to personnel and damage to equipment.
Keep all personnel clear of FRS when operating outriggers. The beams can crush hands
and retracting the jacks drops the flatrack back on the ground, which could cause injury to
When traversing a load from 90 degrees to 150 degrees on either side, keep the load as
low to the ground as possible.
Unload FRS (Para 2-14) before the flatrack ISO corners reach the ground, position one stabilizing
platform or suitable device (1) under each of the front ISO corners.
Check front left to right level (2).