Make sure the diameter of the hole to be drilled is within the capacity of the drill.
Connect the drill to the power source.
Put on your safety goggles.
Insert the chuck key.
Eye or face protection.
Eye protection and gloves.
Sound operational practices.
Not so common “common sense.”
Good hand and eye coordination.
Sound mechanical knowledge of the device.
5 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 15 degrees twist from the plane.
10 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 15 degrees twist from the plane.
15 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 10 degrees twist from the plane.
20 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 10 degrees twist from the plane.
Standing clear of the attached load.
Keeping the sling well lubricated in order to prevent corrosion.
Keeping your hands and fingers from between the sling and the load.
Inspecting the sling by passing your bare hand over the body of the sling.
The two deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and locked in place with quick-release pins.
The two deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and locked in place with bolts and self-locking nuts.
The two deck-panel supports remain in the stowed position with quick-release pins.
The trailer cannot be towed with the deck panels opened.
Four inboard rear.
Two onboard rear.
Rear two outboard rear.
Front two outboard rear.
10 and 20.
20 and 40.
20 and 10.
40 and 20.
Rack and pinion.
The use of J-bars.
An adjustable ramp.
The speed the pallet is moved.
Tie-down straps only.
Tie-down cables only.
Nails or wood bracing.
MB–1 chain assemblies or tie-down straps.