The tanks must be oriented with the bottom loading valve toward the rear of the truck
If the tanks are on a loading dock that is approximately the same height as the truck on which the
tanks are to be loaded, the tanks can be skidded onto the truck bed. The tiedown links, on the ends of the tank
skids, can be used to assist in skidding the tanks onto the truck bed.
Do not attempt to skid the pumping unit onto the truck. if the A-frame tips over, it could
damage components mounted on the A-Frame.
The A-Frame is designed to be handled with a forklift. Use a forklift or other suitable device and lift
the pumping unit onto the truck bed.
Load tanks on truck before filling. Extreme caution should be taken in filling tanks to
avoid exceeding cross-country payload limits of transporting vehicle.
Position a tank assembly (1) on the truck bed near cab, with the dowels (2) toward the rear of the
Bottom load valve must face rear.
Install washer (4) on longer tank valve control cable (5) next to end ball then insert cable (5)
through one of holes in bottom loading valve lever (6) and through bushing (7). Apply grease to bushing.
Connect the longer tank-to-pump unit hose (8) to the bottom loading valve (3).
Position the other tank assembly (1) on the truck bed. Make sure the dowel holes in the skids (9)
mesh with the dowels (2) on previously installed tank assembly.
Using the shorter bottom loading valve control cable (5), connect as in step 2 above for the rear
tank bottom loading valve.