weight (see Figure 4-4).

units of inches and pounds in columns 10(e) through 10(g). Enter the

weight of the load in column 10(h); if there is no load, enter

"NONE."

method below (all entries must be in inches):

If only prime movers without towed equipment or load, transfer

the largest number entry made in block 9(e).

If entries were made in blocks 9C(e), 9E(e), or 10(e), compute

the overall height by adding the load height to the bed

(loading surface) of the truck or trailer, as appropriate. If

this summation is greater than the prime mover or trailer

overall height, enter the summation in block 11(e).

If the

summation is less than the prime mover or trailer height,

enter the greater overall height of the prime mover or

trailer, as appropriate.

prime mover or trailer width unless the load width in block 10(f) is

greater. If 10(f) is greater, enter this amount in block 11(f) and

enter the amount of overhang in Blocks 13(c) and (d). (All entries

must be in inches.)

You must add the combined

length of the prime mover and trailer, if appropriate, and any

coupling overhang (space between the truck and trailer).

In Figure 4-3, the overall length is not the sum of Blocks 9B(e) and

9D(e) because you must subtract the coupling overhang.

You may

determine the amount of coupling overhang by subtracting the distance

from the center of the fifth wheel to the rear extremity of the

tractor, plus the distance from the center of the kingpin to the

forward extremity of the semitrailer from the combined overall length

of the tractor plus the semitrailer. All entries must be in inches.

plus cargo, as appropriate. All entries must be in inches.

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