4-29. FRAME ASSEMBLY REPAIR.
This task consists of:
Equipment Conditions - continued.
Shop Equipment. Automotive (Appendix B,
Defrost door and exhaust shroud removed. Refer to para
Section III, Item 2)
Tank removed. Refer to para 4-27.
Wheel, detent pin, gear mount, and pivot removed. Refer
Filter-separator removed from system. Refer to
to para 4-28.
Air vent valve open. Refer to para 2-5
General Safety Instructions
Crowbar removed. Refer to para 2-5.
Ground rod removed, Refer to para 2-5.
Ground cable removed. Refer to para 2-5.
· Do not smoke within 100 feet of filter-separator.
Jack screw removed. Refer to para 2-5.
· Fuel is toxic to skin, eyes, and respiratory tract.
Water detection adapter assembly removed. Refer
· Lifting or moving heavy equipment can cause injury.
to para 2-5.
Refer to figure 4-20.
Lifting or moving heavy equipment incorrectly can cause serious injury. Do not try to lift or move
more than'50 pounds by yourself. Get an assistant. Bend legs while lifting. Do not support weight
with your back.
This procedure is typical for the four "D" rings and two tie down rings installed on the frame.
Unscrew threaded bar (1) and remove hold-down plate (2) from bracket (3) on frame (4)
Unscrew tie down rings (5) from frame (4).
Remove two nuts (6), two flat washers (7),two screws (8) and "D" ring (9) from frame (4).
b. Repair. Repair is limited to replacement of defective components.
Position the hold-
down plate (2) on bracket (3) and secure plate on bracket with threaded bar (1).
Screw tiedown rings (2) in frame (3).
Position "D" rings (7) on frame (3) and secure with four screws (6), four flat washers (5) and four nut; (4).