(10) An air powered hydraulically operated system that allows the Operator to raise and
lower the cab and spare tire quickly and easily. This system also provides the Operator
with the means to safely and easily lower and raise the vehicle suspension for internal air
transport. In addition, a back-up hydraulic pump is provided in the event that there is not
enough air pressure available to operate the primary system.
1-11. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
a. Major External Components Common to All Vehicle Variants.
Figure 1-12. Common Vehicle Components Location
(1) CAB. The cab provides the crew with protection from the weather and contains the
controls, gages, and indicators needed to operate the vehicle.
accommodates three fully-equipped personnel if no radio is installed, and two fully-
equipped personnel if a radio is installed. The cab can be raised and lowered from
the hydraulic manifold located on the passenger side of the vehicle.
(2) FRONT DRIVING AXLE. Supports the weight of the vehicle and transmits power to
drive the front wheels.