Loading And Unloading A Flatbed Trailer ! WARNING Shifting cargo can result in loss of control of the trailer, and can lead to death or serious injury. Tie down all loads with proper sized fasteners, ropes, straps, etc. Return the ramp(s) to their stowed position(s), and secure them so that they will not move during transit. Place rear jacks in the horizontal travel position or remove blocking from rear of the trailer. 120 L OADING THE SB SERIES TILT DECK TRAILER The SB series tilt deck trailer is fitted with a lock pin (1) that keeps the trailer deck in the driving position. After the trailer is loaded and the cargo is secured with hold downs, be sure the lock pin has locked the trailer into “driving position.” Couple the trailer to the tow vehicle before attempting to unlock the deck and load the trailer. Remove safety lock pin and deck lock pin (1) and tilt deck to the loading position. ! WARNING A damaged deck lock pin may cause loss of cargo or loss of control of the trailer. Death or serious injury may result. Before loading the trailer, inspect the deck lock pin. If the deck lock pin becomes bent, do not straighten it. Replace the deck lock pin before towing trailer.
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