The top plates for the Warthog include M5×0.8 threaded holes that match the Clearpath PACS standard.
These top plates require extrusion rails to be mounted on the Warthog.
You can install an extrusion cross-bar under the top plates to add stiffness.
This kit requires a Warthog with Extrusion Rails. Refer to the Extrusion Rails page for further details.
This Top Plate can be stiffened by adding a Crossbar underneath it. Refer to the Crossbar page for further details.
|Installation, Kit, Attachment Top Plate—Warthog||028462|
|1||Plate—110 X 704.5||028451||1|
|2||Nut, T-Slot—M5×0.8 X 5.8 X 10, Steel||028463||9|
|3||Screw, Flat Head—M5×0.8 X 14, Stainless Steel||023471||9|
- Hex Key, 3 mm
- Torque wrench (optional, for safety applications)
- Loctite 243 (optional, for high vibration applications)
Insert T-slot nuts (ID2) into the Warthog's Extrusion Rail and Cross-Bar.
You may need to loosen the Cross-Bar's brackets to get access to the end for inserting the T-slot nuts.
Place the Plate (ID1) ontop of the Extrusion Rails and Crossbar. The Plate's countersink features should be facing up.
Install Screws (ID3) into the Plate's holes; threading the Screws into the T-slop nuts from Step 1.
Torque these screws to 5 N·m if you are concerned about them loosening from high vibration applications.
You may add a small amount of thread locker to these screws if you are concerned about them loosening from high vibration applications.