DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL BULLETIN
SMALL ARMS, FIELD MAINTENANCE (4933-754-0664):
INSTALLATION IN ONE 6-TON, 2-WHEEL,
SHOP VAN SEMITRAILER M146
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
1 1 March 1970
This bulletin is current to 6 February 1970
1 . Ge n e r a l a. Instructions contained in this
2 . Installation of shop equipment. a. The floor
bulletin are to be used as a guide for installation of
plan for the van, with each item in its designated
Tool Kit, Small Arms 4933-754-0664, in one 6-ton,
spot is shown in figure 1. Curbside and roadside
views are shown in figures 2 and 3 respectively.
2-wheel, Shop Van Semitrailer M-146.
b. These instructions are to be followed as
Items to be mounted are listed in table 1.
prescribed in most instances. However, slight
variations to the installation may be made at the
Table 1. Items to bc Mounted and/ or Secured for Transit
discretion of the officer in charge.
c. A complete list of items contained in this kit is
included in SC 4933-95-CL-A11.
d. Personnel performing this installation should
care should be exercised to avoid damage to wire
mold and /or between walls wiring.
e. Be careful when drilling holes through the
7125-378-4261 CABINET. STORAGE
body or floor of the shop van semitrailer to insure
the waterproof characteristics of the body are
retained. All hardware extending through the floor
of the van should have outer parts covered with
3415-517-7454 GRINDING MACHINE, 1
undercoating similar to that used on the underside
of vehicles. Care should be taken that holes drilled
5130-263-8663 STAND. PORTABLE 1
into the floor of the van do not penetrate the van
frame or cross members.
f. Items not mentioned in this bulletin that are
components of the kit may be stowed in cabinets or
b. Table 2 contains materials required to
secured in convenient places in such a manner as to
fabricate webbing straps for securing items in
avoid damage in transit.
g. Ground all electrically powered equipment to
the vehicle frame to the grounding rod furnished, as
a safety precaution against electric shock to the
* This technical bulletin supersedes TB ORD 444-16, 1 September 1961.