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MIL-T-62276C
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6.2 Ordering data. Acquisition documents should specify the following:
(a) Title, number, and date of this specification.
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(b) Issues of DODISS to be cited in the solicitation and if required, the specific issues of
individual documents referenced (see 2.1.1 and 2.2.).
(c) Identification of appropriate service for painting and marking (see 3.1.1.1).
(d) Concealed markings, if required (see 3.1.1.1).
(e) Tropical rustproofing, if required (see 3.1.1.2).
(f) Power plant heaters and fuel warmer, if required (see 3.4.1.7).
(g) If a battery heater is not required (see 3.4.1.7).
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(h) Other than an 85 ampere alternator, if required (see 3.4.2.1.1).
(i) Fuel and water separator, if required (see 3.4.3.4).
(j) If a spark arrester is not required (see 3.4.4).
(k) Spark arrester, if required on turbocharged engine (see 3.4.4).
(l) Low profile tires, if required (see 3.4.10.1).
(m) Spare wheel(s) or rim(s), if required (see 3.4.10.4).
(n) Spare tire assembly(s), if required (see 3.4.10.5).
(o) Brake control for use from a towing vehicle, if required (see 3.4.11.2).
(p) Tools, if required (see 3.4.16.1).
(q) Engine hour meter, if required (see 3.4.22).
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(r) AM/FM radio, if required (see 3.4.24).
(s) Back-up alarm, if required (see 3.4.23).
(t) Wind deflector, if required (see 3.5.6).
*  6.3 Performance prediction. SAE Truck Ability Prediction Procedure computations and
computations for low speed and maximum geared speed will be required by the contract. The
SAE Work Sheet Item 1 should include vehicle model number, engine model number, and vehicle
type, class and model. Unless other conditions are cited in the contract, computations should be
made for normal atmospheric pressure, normal ambient air temperature, and still dry air. The
factors to be used in predicting truck ability (see 3.3.1.1) are established as follows for the
corresponding SAE Truck Ability Prediction Procedure Tables:
Table 1
- Tire Factor. This factor must relate to the size of
tires furnished by the contractor in accordance
with this specification.
Table 2
- Altitude Factor. 1.00
Table 3
- Rolling Factor. 1.613
Table 4
- Area Factor. 0.225
Table 5
- Velocity Factor. 250.0
Table 6
- Altitude Factor. 1.00
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