The last Huey in active Army service in Kentucky was retired late last year. It was used by the safety crew to chase the Blackhawks that are retrofitted and tested near here. I loved to watch them fly over, but of course the kids were more impressed with the 'Hawks and Chinooks.
This would be much to lightweight for a deuce tailgate. It's for a mid-fifty Ford truck, or the like. The tailgate is around 35 pounds.
The winch is actually under the bed, what you see in the picture just covers a pulley and guide.
Mid-Fifty truck parts: Mid Fifty F-100 Parts - Tailgate Power...
If it's an 809 series truck, it's exactly the same as an M35 Deuce.
You need to read the TM 9-2320-260-10
In the TM section of Steel Soldiers: http://test.steelsoldiers.com/upload/809/TM9-2320-260-10.pdf
Starting on page 2-94. That's "two dash ninety four" not "two through ninety four."
Actually, I guess in Alaska, there are time white IS camo.
The spare goes inside, right side of cargo compartment. There should have been a bracket to bolt it to.
TM 9-2320-289-10, page 3-9 (that's page three dash nine, not three through nine)...
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