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TABLE II. Minimum GVW and GAWR ratings.
Vehicle class
GVW rating (pounds)
Front GAWR (pounds)
16
16,000
5,000
19
19,000
7,000
28
28,000
9,000
34.5
34,500
9,000
36
36,000
9,000
44
44,000
12,000
50
50,000
15,000
*
3.2.7 Ratings. Vehicle ratings shall be the manufacturer's published ratings. Component
and vehicular ratings shall not be raised to meet the requirements of this specification. When
published ratings are not available, verification of ratings shall be available to the engineering
office of the procuring activity. Minimum GVW ratings shall conform to table II for the
specified class of vehicle. In addition, the actual GVW rating of the vehicle furnished shall
exceed the minimum GVW rating specified in table II if required to provide for a payload weight
equal to 7.2 pounds per gallon times the size of the tank body in gallons (see table I).
*
3.2.8 Dimensions. The vehicle cab-to-axle or cab-to-trunnion dimension shall be not
less than that specified in table III. The vehicle height shall be not more than 106 inches when
the spotlight and any other easily removable projections are removed for shipping. The overall
width of the vehicle, exclusive of tires and safety related items such as mirrors, lights and
reflectors, shall be not more than 96 inches. The width over the tires shall be not more than
100 inches.
TABLE III. Dimensions.
Class
Cab-to-axle (inches)
Cab-to-trunnion (inches)
16
102
---
19
102
---
28
102
---
34.5
---
102
36
---
120
44
---
120
50
---
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3.2.9 Accessibility. The design of the vehicle and optional equipment shall permit
access for routine servicing and shall permit access for replacement and adjustment of
component parts and accessories with minimal disturbance of other components and systems.
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