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Figure    2-3.    Installing    Breakaway
T M    1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 14 (d)  Carefully   remove   lifting   sling   hooks   from   flaking   box. (e)   Using   lifting   shackles   (6)   as   attachment   points,   securely   tie   flaking   boxes   to   truck   to   prevent   boxes from    slipping    during    hose    laying    operations. (f) Remove   tailgate   assembly   as   follows   (figure   2-2): 1 Slide   latches   (1)   from   flaking   box   (2). 2 Lift   tailgate   assembly   (3)   up   and   away   from   flaking   box   (2). N  O  T E Retain   tailgate   for   reuse. Figure   2-2.   Removing   Tailgate   Assembly. (g)  Install   breakaway   as   follows   (figure   2-3): N  O  T E Breakaway   must   fall   away   automatically   during   hose   laying   operation.   Do   not secure   breakaway   too   tightly   or   hose   will   not   pull   out   of   flaking   box.   Recover   and retain    fabric    breakaway    for    reuse. 1 Position   fabric   breakaway   (1)   so   that   holes   (2)   in   breakaway   lineup   with   cleats   (3)   on   tie   bar   (4). Leave   both   ends   of   hose   (5)   outside   the   breakaway. 2 Thread   wire   (6)   provided   with   breakaway   through   top   and   bottom   cleats   (3).   Secure   top   of   wire   (6) to   top   tie   bar   (4)   by   bending.   Bottom   end   of   wire   will   hang   unrestrained. 3 Attach   remaining   two   wire   lengths   exactly   as   the   first. 2 - 1 7

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