Hi Bob and list members,
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I know what a running board is.
But I don't know what a 'latitudinal running board at side of car...' is.
Nor do I know what a 'lateral running board' is.
Can someone enlighten me?
BTW: Loved the hoppers book, Bob, thanks for writing it.
- Claus Schlund
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From: "Bob Karig" <karig@...>
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2008 6:27 AM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] WFE eaves question
The answer to your question can be found in an ORER. That definition
"DIMENSIONS--OUTSIDE--HEIGHT FROM RAIL--TO EAVES OR TOP OF SIDES OR
PLATFORM" "...For Box, Refrigerator, Stock type of car, measurement
be taken from rail to top of eaves at side of car, except that where cars
are equipped with latitudinal running board measurement should be taken
from rail to top of latitudinal running board at side of car..."
In the accompanying diagram (Fig. 1), it shows the measurement being taken
to the top of the roof line at the side of the car, or, if the car has a
lateral running board, to the top of the running board.
There are some exceptions in cases where vertical type Z-bar side plates
are used, in which case there would be upper eaves and lower eaves, but
not sure that it applies in your case.
At 08:24 PM 1/19/2008, you wrote:
Hi, bit of a stupid question here...
I was searching for carbody heights on WFE series 67XXX wood reefers
and I came across the FGE WFE handout. In it there was mention of the
eaves being 12'-8" above the rail. I am not sure what the deffintion of
the eaves is on cars of this construction. Is it the upper most
projection, ie the roof, or is it the little fascia that runs
underneath. Like I said, a stupid question but that is what I am best
at. Thank you in advance.
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