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MIL-S-52124B(ME)
(a) SAE Handbook, Electrical Equipment and Lighting Section.
(b) ICC Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
TTMA Recommended Practice RP6-2-9 and RP2-2-13.
(d)  ATA Specification E-3.
(e) Figure 3.
All components and wiring shall be so located and guarded as to provide
protection from vibration breakage, and damage, and from falling and
flying aggregates.  The electrical components shall be in accordance
with table II.  Item quantities that are not specified shall be fur-
nished as required (AR) for each semitrailer.
Table II.
Vehicular Electrical System
Quantity per
Description
Requirements
semitrailer
Service lights; clearance
MS35423
16 min.
side-marker, and identific-
ation
Blackout lights; clearance
MS35424
8
and side-marker
Service combination lights
Commercial SAE-SIT,
2
4-in. dia., waterproof,
double contact
(SAE J759)
Blackout combination lights
MS51330 (Military)
2
Reflectors
8
MS35387
Front trailer receptacle
MS75021-1 with matching
1
spring loaded, 4-bolt
cover
Semitrailer nose box or
Figure 3, waterproof type
1 Assy.
double junction boxes
Rear trailer receptacle
MS75021.-2 with matching
1
4-bolt spring cover
Low tension cable
MIL-C-13486, 14 AWG min.
AR
Insulation
MIL-I-15126 and MIL-I-631
AR
Loom
Polyethylene tubing or
AR
SAE J562, oilproof loom
Cushioned support clamps
MS21322, MS21333, and
AR
MS21334
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