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Item Characteristics
TB 55-23
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL BULLETIN
TRANSPORTABILITY GUIDANCE
TRUCK, DUMP, 2/2 TON, 6x6, M47
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington 25, D. C.
20 August 1962
Paragraph
Page
Purpose ......................................................................................
Scope .........................................................................................
Modes of transport. .....................................................................
Sectionalization ..........................................................................
Item characteristics ....................................................................
Suggested changes. ....................................................................
States (CONUS) or in overseas areas. See figure 5 for
1.  Purpose.  This bulletin contains transportability
turning characteristics.
guidance required by Transportation Corps personnel
responsible for the shipment or movement of the Truck,
c. Shipment by Rail. The item is transportable in
Dump, 21/2 Ton, 6 x 6, M47 (fig. 1).
CONUS and in countries complying with the Berne
International Railway Interchange Agreement Diagram
2. Scope. The information contained in this bulletin
without limitation, when loaded on a railroad flatcar.
covers
significant
transportability
and
safety
considerations in the movement of the item by the
d. Shipment by Water. The item is transportable by
various modes of transport. Side and end profiles are
inland waterway cargo carriers and lighters of adequate
provided which show dimensions in detail, including the
capacity.  The item is transportable by the Mariner,
location and capacity of tiedown and lifting provisions as
Victory, and Liberty class seagoing vessels within the
well  as  the  location  of  the  center  of  gravity.
following restrictions:
Sectionalization is described to the extent that it is
required by transportation needs. A characteristic data
Hatches
paragraph which gives item weight, cube, and other
requiring
pertinent transportability data is included.
Hatch size
Hatch boom
terminal
Class
adequate
adequate
crane
3. Modes of Transport. a. Shipment by Air. The item
(1) Mariner
Nos. 2, 3, 4,
Nos. 2, 3, 4,
No. 7
is not transportable in U.S. Army aircraft. Based on a
5, 6, 7
5, 6
(2) Victory
Nos.1, 2, 3,
Nos. 3, 4
Nos. 1, 2, 5
typical logistical mission of 1000 nautical miles (one
4, 5
way) the item is transportable, with- out sectionalization,
(3) Liberty
Nos.1, 2, 4,
Nos. 2, 4
Nos. 1, 5
in the C-130A, C-124A, C-124C, and C-133A U.S. Air
5
Force aircraft.
4.
Sectionalization.
The overall height can be
b. Shipment by Highway. The item is transportable
reduced from 102.5 inches to 81.5 inches by removing
under its own power highway movement. No weight or
the gravel shield, operator's cab top, and folding the
dimensional limits are exceeded in Continental United
windshield. Four bolts on each side of the gravel shield
require removal, after which the shield should be
secured in the vehicle cargo bed. Tools
TAGO 5830-A
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