A reverse pull is simple. Take your shovel off the pioneer tool rack, and start digging. Under the truck, from front to rear to run the cable.
Been there, done that. In gloppy mud, BTW.
A sideways pull is tricky without a level-wind attachment. Some 5-tons have them, never seen one on a...
The stock winch is strong enough to suck the truck up into a tree.
Learn how to operate it right and you'll have no danger.
Get yourself a good 20K chain with 2 hooks, a snatch block, and leather gloves. US made only!
You may have to slog thru 3 foot mud to hook it to something stout enough...
Possible but unlikely. The military didn't 'marry' a lot of used stuff onto trucks except at the unit level.
In your case, that load would seriously limit the vehicle off-road due to placement.
I'd wager it was done by a previous civilian owner. Plus, you're looking at a truck and system...
Your box was a very special, almost custom, shelter designed just for a particular radar project. As shown in the photos, it was quite a complex group of several items to move into a combat area and set up. Your shelter most likely came from a decomissioned radar system.
Radar companies like...
Those as used on USAF airway ground trailers.
I need at least one, and some 10" tubes/flaps if there are any out there.
9" ones would work, too, as I have wheels.
Text me please if you can help 6027100803 Dennis
As said, I don't think your truck was originally part of this radar system...
Most 240V loads will do OK on 208V. Certain motors will draw more current at that voltage.
I have been running HVAC units designed for 230V on 208V for years with no problems.
Just take two legs & neutral off the genset, and be happy with about 75% of rated output.
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