Page 1 of 4 Corporate Finance Department Materials Management Division ADDENDUM NO. 1 to RFQ NO. 593-2002 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF NINE FOOT DUMP BODIES ISSUED: August 13, 2002 BUYER: Tony Roziere/ds TELEPHONE NO. (204) 986-4623 URGENT THIS ADDENDUM SHALL BE INCORPORATED PLEASE FORWARD THIS DOCUMENT TO INTO THE REQUEST FOR QUOTATION AND WHOEVER IS IN POSSESSION OF THE RFQ SHALL FORM A PART OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Please note the following and attached changes, corrections, additions, deletions, information and/or instructions in connection with the Request for Quotation, and be governed accordingly. Failure to acknowledge receipt of this Addendum on the cover page of the Bid Submission may render your Bid non-responsive. Replace pages 8, 9 and 10 of the Detailed Specification 01-048 with the attached pages 8(R1), 9(r1) and 10(R1).. SUPPLY and DELIVERY of NINE FOOT DUMP BODIES Page 8(R1) of 16 DETAILED SPECIFICATION 01 – 048 Quote 593 - 2002 ITEM(S) 1 REQUIREMENT BIDDER TO STATE “YES” or STATE DEVIATION 4. MATERIAL 4.1 All steel used in construction to be minimum 12 GA., 50,000 PSI yield, except where otherwise noted. 5. FRONT 5.1 Formed steel construction with horizontal reinforcement rib(s). 5.2 Cab shield - 12 IN. deep, sloped @ 200, sides tapered @ 300 to provide adequate clearance for entry and exit of vehicle cab. Shall be of unibody design. 5.3 Window – 12 IN. x 30 IN. approx. - Covered to prevent load debris from coming in contact with rear window of cab, but providing clear rear view visibility 6. SIDES 6.1 Clean side style formed sides without vertical reinforcements, with self- cleaning bottom rail. 6.2 Rear corner pillars – formed with dirt shedding top rail. 6.3 Plank gussets - for 2 IN. x 6 IN. planks, with 1/2 IN. diameter bolt holes. (a) Planks - nominal 2 IN. x 6 IN. planks, installed and bolted in gussets. 6.4 Access ladders - one (1) each side, mounted near front corner. (a) Ladder rungs - 4 hole Traction Tread, 12 IN. wide, mounted approx. 22 IN. from ground level, one (1) rung per ladder. (b) Grab handles - vertically mounted to side of front bulkhead. 6.5 Fold down sides with single lever control handle and recessed hinges. Hinges to have grease zerks. (a) Tapered surfaces required to keep material from gathering on the fold down sides. 6.6 Sides shall not contact rear wheels in fold-down position. SUPPLY and DELIVERY of NINE FOOT DUMP BODIES Page 9(R1) of 16 DETAILED SPECIFICATION 01 – 048 Quote 593 - 2002 ITEM(S) 1 REQUIREMENT BIDDER TO STATE “YES” or STATE DEVIATION 7. TAILGATE 7.1 Shall be a two way tailgate able to open from the top and bottom. 7.2 Formed construction, reinforced as required. 7.3 Tailgate shall not protrude above floor in horizontal position and shall remain level in the horizontal position. 7.4 There shall be no gap between tailgate and the floor and sides when tailgate is in closed position. 7.5 Support chains – heavy duty, adequately fastened c/w chain storage. (a) Spreader chains – not required. 7.6 Tailgate locking mechanism – operated from left front corner of dump body. Shall have grease fittings at all critical locations and safety ring to hold handle in locked position. (a) Locking mechanism shall be adjustable to ensure adequate lock-up with tailgate closed. 8. FLOOR 8.1 Material – minimum 10 gauge high strength steel plate, state type. 8.2 Understructure – full length long sills with channel / I beam cross members providing lower mounting height and greater overall strength. 9. ELECTRICAL & LIGHTING 9.1 All vehicle lighting shall conform to C.M.V.S.S. and Manitoba Highway Traffic Act requirements. 9.2 Supplier installed lighting shall be Truck Lite and shall include the following components: (a) Combination stop, turn and taillights – P/N 44302R with P/N 40700 mounting grommets, installed in outside ends of rear cross sill or in protected location. Appropriate sized resistors shall be installed in taillight circuit to provide flash rate of 70-90 flashes/minute. (b) Back-up lights – P/N 44206C with P/N 40700 mounting grommets, installed in outside ends of rear cross sill or in protected location. SUPPLY and DELIVERY of NINE FOOT DUMP BODIES Page 10(R1) of 16 DETAILED SPECIFICATION 01 – 048 Quote 593 - 2002 ITEM(S) 1 REQUIREMENT BIDDER TO STATE “YES” or STATE DEVIATION (c) Light cluster – three (3) P/N 10250R with P/N 10700 mounting grommets, installed in rear cross sill, protected to avoid damage. (d) Clearance lights – P/N 10250R and 10250Y with P/N 737808 mounting grommets. (e) License plate lamp – P/N 15040 complete with license plate bracket. (f) Lighting harnesses – Truck-Lite 50 Series Harness system, properly routed and secured. (g) Junction box – P/N 50400, complete with necessary compression fittings, required for all vehicle lighting harness connections, located inside rear of truck frame. (h) All plug-in connectors shall be coated with dielectric grease prior to ass’y. 9.3 Back up alarm – Preco Model 240 or Grote 73040-5, installed at the rear of the unit, located to be protected from damage. 9.4 Trailer connector – 6-pole, Grote 82-1016 or equal, wired as per Detailed Specifications 02-029 (appended hereto), installed in hitch plate. 9.5 Warning light – Grote 76813, complete with in-cab switch, wired through ignition. Beacon shall be mounted to front of cab shield with light guard. 9.5.1 Warning light shall be permanently labelled with an engraved type label. 9.6 All wiring for locally installed accessories and trailer plug shall be colour coded, loomed and properly secured. (a) All electrical connectors shall be crimped and soldered, then sealed using heat shrink tubing. (b) All joining of wires shall be soldered and sealed using heat shrink tubing (crimp on electrical connectors for joining wires are not acceptable). (c) Any holes required to run wires through shall be drilled (not punched), grommetted and sealed as necessary. 10. WELDING 10.1 All welds shall be continuous welds. 10.2 All welding performed shall conform to the best standards and practice of the industry. 10.3 The fabrication site shall be a CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) certified shop and / or the welders conducting the fabrication must be Journeyman Certified.