DUMP BODY AND FRONT END REFLECTORS
When looking at the back end of your CCE-IHC 20 Ton Dump Truck, please look carefully and see if some of the
truck's decorations are missing. When it left the manufacturer, the truck dump body had two red reflectors pasted on the
tailgate facing rearward and two more reflectors pasted on the body corner posts, one facing each side. As mounted,
these reflectors are subject to damage and loss from both the material that you haul and from the tailgate being slammed
against the body during dumping. These reflectors are necessary to show other drivers that your truck is in front of them
during the hours of darkness. Be sure you have all the reflectors in working condition and keep these good people off
To keep the replacement, rear facing reflectors working, relocate them into a better protected location on the upper
metal part of the splash guard bracket. This bracket is recessed up under the dump body forward of the rear floor lip and
tailgate.. The bracket will also protect the reflector from the shock of banging the tailgate. In lieu of the paste-on,
replacement reflectors, two horizontal, size 9/32 inch holes ( 3 -15/16 inches apart on-centers) should be drilled to permit
installing( by bolts and nuts) either commercial reflectors or the Military MS35387 reflectors, same as is used on GI trucks.
For added safety, as a commander approved option, user units may wish to follow the GI truck lead and install two
additional, MS35387, amber reflectors on the front fenders of the dump truck, facing forward. These reflectors should be
located in the upper, outside fender corners to prevent the grill guards from obstructing the light source and the reflected
light. Secure the reflectors with' bolts and nuts.