Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis (LTT-HC)
The Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis is a single axle, two wheel trailer designed to be towed by a HMMWV towing vehicle. The high ground clearance LTT-HC chassis is available as a platform intended to be the basis of mobile tactical systems. As noted on the page devoted to the description of those systems derived from the Light Tactical Trailer as a platform, the combination of LTT-HC and its HMMWV prime mover is very attractive for modular Shop Sets, electronics, shelters, and many other systems that can benefit from the load capacity and mobility specifications.
Tactical systems for the U.S. Marine Corps are supported by the Light Tactical Trailer - Marine Corps Chassis (LTT-MCC) also based on the LTT-HC chassis.
LTT-HC Chassis supporting part of the Airfield Lighting System. Photo: Sierra Nevada Corp.
Today in WW II: 20 Jun 1943 Operation TOENAILS opens with Marines landing at Segi Point on Vangunu Island, southeast of New Georgia.
Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis (LTT-HC) Description
Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis (LTT-HC). Photo: Silver Eagle Manufacturing Co.
The Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis has the same tires, wheels, and track width as the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV).
A hand-brake lever and cable assembly located on each side of the trailer activate a service brake at each wheel. Control of each service brake is independent. In addition to handbrake-activated service brakes, the trailer is equipped with an inertia-actuated hydraulic brake system (surge brakes). The trailer suspension consists of one shock absorber on each end of the axle. Two stabilizers, stored in the front and installed in the rear, provide stability when the trailer is not coupled to a towing vehicle.
The data listed on the Trailer Chassis Identification and Shipping Plates is different from both the M1101 and M1102 trailers. In addition, the trailer chassis has no cargo body. The nomenclature and NSN is Chassis, Trailer: 2-Wheel (NSN 2330-01-387-5424).
Light Tactical Trailer Chassis Characteristics
|Maximum Vehicle Weight
||4200 lb (1905 kg)
||1175 lb (532 kg)
|Maximum Payload Capacity
||3025 lb (1372 kg)
||Unitized body construction using aircraft grade aluminum and chromoly steel
||132 inches (335cm)
||85.6 inches (217 cm)
||42.4 inches (108 cm)
||72.5 inches (184 cm)
||93.2 inches (237 cm) (from axle center to eye center)
|Drawbar Eye Height
||29.5 inches (75 cm)
||34.5 inches (88 cm)
|Ground Clearance (Laden)
||16 inches (41 cm)
||Fully independent progressive rate trailing arm suspension
||Progressive rate torselastic rubber chords
||Telescopic, direct acting, one per wheel, HMMWV compatible
||16.5 X 8.25, two piece steel, HMMWV compatible, 8 on 6.5 inch bolt pattern
||37X12.50R16.5 Goodyear Wrangler M/T, with 30-mile runflat inserts, HMMWV compatible
||12 inch x 2 inch free backing hydraulic surge brakes with automatic breakaway actuation. Independent lever-operated left and right side mechanical parking brakes.
||24 Volt DC sealed lighting system with blackout convoy lights, 12 pin connector plug mates with HMMWV
|Max Speed (Primary Roads)
||55 mph (88 kph)
|Max Speed (Secondary Roads)
||35 mph (56 kph)
|Max Speed (Off Road)
||20 mph (32 kph)
||Limited only by end-use configuration
Source for table data: Silver Eagle Manufacturing Co. and TM 9-2330-392-14&P.
Light Tactical Trailer Chassis Documentation
Light Tactical Trailer Heavy Chassis (LTT-HC).
The primary manual for the Light Tactical Trailer Chassis is TM 9-2330-392-14&P OPERATOR'S, UNIT, DIRECT SUPPORT, AND GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL (INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST) FOR TRAILER, CARGO: LIGHT, 2-WHEEL M1101 (2330-01-387-5443) EIC: CBC TRAILER, CARGO: HEAVY, 2-WHEEL M1102 (2330-01-387-5426) EIC: CBB CHASSIS, TRAILER: 2-WHEEL (2330-01-387-5424) EIC: CCL October 1995 (and other dates.)
Other documents for the Light Tactical Trailer include:
- MWO 9-2330-392-20-1 17 AUGUST 2001 modification is to provide a procedure for the installation of an upgrade for the original equipment surge brake actuator. It is replaced by an improved cast surge brake actuator with modified components.
- MWO 9-2330-392-20-2 18 MARCH 2003 modification is to provide a procedure for replacing the rivets used to secure the landing leg mounting bracket. Bolts and nuts will replace the rivets.
- MWO 9-2330-392-35-1, Steel Draw Bar
The first two MWOs only needed for trailers built under contract number DAAE07-94-CR014, the original 1994 contract.