TABLE II. Trailer specifications.
Provide strength, flexibility, and rigidity, to withstand
dynamic transport, both highway and off-road.
Withstand operational site jacking and shock and
vibration imposed by the operating equipment and
accessories. Provide a firm foundation for the
operating equipment insuring correct alignment of
machinery and distribution of weight without
incurring abnormal stress concentrations.
Provide components that a bolted-on in lieu of
welding-on to the most practical commercial extent.
Axle - Rear, Non-Driven.
Provide single, 2-ea., or 3-ea., as specified in table I
and in the applicable size of trailer specification
Rate axles per DOT FMVSS and TTMA RP No. 39,
and each axle manufacturer's maximum.
Min. axle ratings to include the bearing and beam
rating, the brake rating, and the resulting partial
GAW at the hub (without tire and wheel).
When and as specified (see 3.1.3, and size
specification sheet, and 6.2, T-3), provide running
gear for flotation as specified.
Tube - Rear Axle, Non-Driven.
Spindles ground to size, except where turned to size
using carbide or ceramic cutting tooling with
Steel spindles provided with hardened surfacing for
bearings and seals.
Provide brake system per DOT FMVSS,
DOT FMCSR, and California Vehicle Code. Provide
service and parking braking means on all chassis,
except none on size 1, and provide emergency-
parking facilities where legally required, with the
only exception that size 1 equipped only with chock