CCE-IHC 20 Ton Dump Truck Combination Stop-Tail Lights
and License Plate.
1. Users of the CCE-IHC, Paystar F5070, 20 Ton Dump Truck have been experiencing failures of the combination stop-
tail lights and license plate because of their present location. Users have stated that the current location of the lights and
license plate is too low. When the truck is used to service a paving machine or to dump material on a stockpile, the
license plate and both lights hit the paving machine or the stockpile causing the license plate to be bent or broken and the
lights to be smashed. This leaves the truck without stop-tail lights and could cause a rear end collision.
2. To correct and prevent the situation above, it is recommended that the combination stop-tail lights and license plate be
relocated. Attached are three (3) photographs depicting the combination lights and license plate relocated.
3. Remove all fasteners holding the lights and its mounting bracket at original location. Remove the license plate if
attached to either light. Remove all electrical connections at the two lights. Invert the lights and position as shown on the
attached photographs (No's 1 and 3). Using the light bracket(s) as a template, mark two holes (bottom two) to be drilled
through the rear cross member to anchor the lights. Drill the four (4) mounting holes in the rear cross member using a
5/16 inch diameter drill bit. Re-rout the electrical connections as can be seen on the attached photographs. Connect the
electrical leads to the two (2) lights. Use the original fasteners or use 4-each new 1/4" x 1-1/8" (min) capscrews with
4. Mount the license plate at the left rear mud flap location (see attached photograph number 2). Anchor the license plate
to the angle iron supporting the mud flap by drilling two 1/4 inch holes (evenly spaced) through the plate and the angle
iron. Using 3/16 inch capscrews with lockwashers anchor the license plate.