1-9. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
a. Cabinet Assembly. The weather-proofed aluminum cabinet assembly (1, fig. 1-1 and 1, fig. 1-2) is
designed to house and transport all of the equipment required for the operation of the clothing repair
shop. It has two swing up doors (2, fig. 1-1 and 2, fig. 1-2) on both the curb and street sides, and
one swing up door in the rear (3, fig. 1-2) for easy access to the equipment in the cabinet. The
cabinet assembly is mounted in the bed of a 1-1/2 ton utility cargo trailer (3, fig. 1-1) and is secured
to the trailer bed frame by six holddown clamp assemblies (4, fig. 1-1 and 4, fig. 1-2). The cabinet
contains the following:
Throughout this manual the term "curb side" means the right side, while the term
"street side" means the left side of the clothing repair shop as viewed from the rear
of the trailer.
(1) Four compartments (two on the curb side and two on the street side) for the stowage boxes (5,
fig 1-1 and 5, fig. 1-2), which are used for storing the grommet press, tack button attaching
machine, spare parts, hardware accessories and attachments necessary for operation of the
Clothing Repair Shop.
(2) Eight wooden tray assemblies for stowing the sewing machine heads (6, fig. 1-1 and 6, fig. 1-
(3) Eight compartments for the machine table assemblies (7, fig. 1-1 and 7, fig. 1-2).
(4) Four lower compartments, two on each side under the table assemblies for the holding stands (1,
(5) One compartment (rear) for the two table assemblies (8, fig. 1-2)
(6) Two slide tracks (1, fig. 1-3) on the sides of the generator set (2, fig. 1-3).
(7) Space on the rear curb side of the cabinet for fire extinguisher (9, fig. 1-2) and heat sealer (10,
(8) Space in the rear street side, front street side and front curb side for the folding chairs (11, fig. 1-
(9) Space on rear floor for four folding stands (12, fig. 1-2).