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MIL-T-52953C
a.
Adjustment of mast assembly.
b.
Adjustment of solid state control modules.
c.
Adjustment of brake system.
d.
Adjustment of steering.
e.
Continuity check of the electrical system, including filling and
charging the battery.
4.6  Inspection of packing .  The preservation, packing, and marking of each
forklift truck shall be inspected as specified in appendix B of MIL-STD-162
and as specified in 5.2.2.
4.7  Nuclear-biological-chemical (NBC) protection .  The forklift shall be
tested in accordance with 3.20.3.  Nonconformance to 3.20.3 shall constitute
failure of this test.  The forklift shall complete two cycles in 7 minutes in
accordance with test method no. 1 utilizing the NBC protective ensemble (see
3.20.3).
5.
PACKAGING
5.1  Preservation.  Each complete truck and all items issued with the truck
shall be preserved in accordance with the level A, B, or C requirements for
type I or II of MIL-STD-162, as specified (see 6.2).
5.2
Packing.
Packing shall be level A, B, or C as specified (see. 6.2).
5.2.1  Level A or B.  Each complete truck and all items issued with the
truck, preserved as specified in 5.1, shall be packed in accordance with the
level A or B requirements, type I or II, of MIL-STD-162.
5.2.2  Level C.  Each complete truck and all items issued with the truck,
preserved as specified in 5.1, shall be packed to assure carrier acceptance
and safe delivery to destination at lowest ratings in compliance with Uniform
Freight Classification Rules or National Motor Freight Classification Rules.
5.3.
Marking.
Marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-162.
6.
NOTES
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that
may be helpful, but is not mandatory.)
6.1  Intended use.  Trucks described herein are intended for stacking,
unstacking, and moving cargo in and around warehouses, ammunition magazines
loading platforms, and docks within the military supply system; also for
moving cargo in and out of highway trailers and railroad cars. Trucks are
intended for operation over paved, and other hard surfaces for short
distances.
6.2  Acquisition requirements . Acquisition documents must specify the
following:
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