Attach a four-leg sling to the four lifting/tiedown rings at the corners of the generator set skid base. The sling must
meet the dimension requirements shown on the generator set lifting and tiedown diagram plate.
When lifting generator set, use lifting equipment with minimum lifting capacity of 2500
pounds (1134.0 kg). Do not stand or put arms, legs, or any part of body under hoisted
load. Do not permit generator set to swing. Failure to observe this WARNING can result
in severe personal injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment.
Using a wrecker, crane, or other lifting device having a lifting capacity of at least 2500 lb (1134.0 kg) and sufficient
lifting height, lift generator set from trailer.
Using the same sling as in removal step 4, attach sling to generator set lifting/tiedown rings.
Using the same lifting device as in removal step 5, lift generator set and position it on trailer.
Hardware holding generator sets on trailers differs between configurations. When
installing generator sets, refer to figure 5-7 to determine hardware used. Position lock
washers as noted in disassembly. Plain nuts are used on PU-798A and PU-799A. All
other models use self-locking nuts.
Install self-locking nuts (1, figure 5-6), flat washers (2), lock washers (4), and cap screws (3). Torque to 80-88 lb-ft
Install cable clamps (10, figure 5-5), screws (8), flat washers (9), and self-locking nuts (11).
Insert power cable electrical leads and ground cable through generator set access opening from which generator
output plate was removed in removal step 1.
Position generator output plate (2, AN/MJQ-37 and AN/MJQ-38 only) with gasket (7) against generator set housing (3).
Secure with four cap screws (1), lock washers (4), and nuts (5).
Refer to TM 9-6115-642-10 and connect power cable ends (6) to generator set load terminals as follows:
Lead marked L1 to L1
Lead marked L2 to L2
Lead marked L3 to L3
Lead marked LO to LO
Ground cable to GND terminal
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