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TM 9-2330-380-14&P
E. FASTENING CABINET BASE TO VAN-BODY HARDWOOD FLOOR
1. Locate the 7/16 Inch (1.11cm) diameter hole in the four corners of the base of the cabinet. Using a center
punch and hammer, indent the floor in the center of the 7/16 Inch (1.11cm) diameter hole. Carefully drill a 9/
32 Inch (.281cm) diameter hole into the floor. Hole should be perpendicular to the floor, and the drill should
90 degrees to the floor to a depth of 1 Inch (2.54cm). Avoid drilling completely through the wood floor.
NOTE
Do not drill through the semitrailer's side walls or floor. Restrict drilling and
fasteners to the inner floor wood only.
Drill bits drilled through the floor may contact electrical wires or air lines and could
possibly damage them.
1 Inch (2.54cm) Diameter hole
through upper
layer of the base
Inside bottom
7/16 Inch (1.11cm) Diameter hole
of Cabinet
through lower
layer of the base
9/32 Inch (.281cm) Diameter hole
in semitrailer floor
Typical hole pattern for floor mounted cabinets
2. The base of each floor cabinet should be securely fastened to the floor in each corner. Use a 3/8 Inch
(.953cm) diameter lag bolt by 1 1/4 Inch (3.175cm) long, and a 3/8 Inch (.953cm) diameter heavy-duty
washer for each corner. The lag bolt with washer shall be installed through the 7/16 Inch (1.11cm) diameter
hole and in to the 9/32 Inch (.281cm) diameter hole. Fasten each lag bolt securely. A total of four fasteners
should be used.
Side-wall of semitrailer
Cabinet
1 Inch (2.54cm) Diameter
Front
hole
7/16 Inch (1.11cm) Diameter hole
Upper layer of base
Lower layer of base
9/32 Inch (.281cm) Diameter hole in floor
Semitrailer body hardwood floor
1 Inch (2.54cm) deep
Cabinet to floor installation
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