No, but I understand what happened. Our cargo floor is aluminum over truss forgings. Heavy stuff like tracked vehicles need LOTS of shoring to keep from punching holes in the floor.
That vehicle looks pretty tall and the loading ramp is pretty steep. As any trucker will tell you if the road under a low bride is not level even if you have the height restriction "made" you can still hit the bridge due to the approach or departure angle.
So to clear the upper door, they had to deflate the tires some to get it to clear the door as it went over the ramp hinge. once it was level again inside, they could not take a chance that the tie down chains would compress the tires to the point the the rims would contact the floor and damage the aircraft. Re-inflating the tires inside was the only way to keep the plane safe. They most likely had to repeat the process to get the thing back out.
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