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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-9    GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES - Continued (7)    Wash the lapped part in dry cleaning solvent (item 10, Appendix E) and dry with compressed air. 4-9.4    General Repair/Assembly Instructions. a. Truck body Chassis  and  exterior  painted  parts  may  be  resurfaced  where  paint  is  damaged  or  parts  have  been  repaired. Before  resurfacing,  scrape  off  loose  and  blistered  paint.    Clean  area  to  be  painted  by  sanding  or  buffing. Remove dust.  During repair operations, protect bare steel surfaces from rusting with protective oil.  Minor body dents may be removed by bumping with a soft-faced hammer while using a wooden block backing. b    Welding Welding  and  brazing  may  be  used  to  repair  cracks  in  steel  parts  (e  g  brackets,  panels  and  light  framework)  . Aluminum  body  panels  may  also  be  welded.    They  should  only  be  welded  when  replacement  parts  are  not available.    Do  not  weld  or  braze  castings,  moving  parts,  or  parts  under  great  stress,  except  in  emergencies. Refer to TM 9-237 for welding practices. c Hoses Replace  all  broken,  frayed,  crimped  or  soft  flexible  hoses.    Replace  stripped  or  damaged  fittings.    When replacing hose clamps ensure hoses are not crimped. d Hose Assemblies There are two different styles of hose assemblies.  Described below are procedures for hose replacement NOTE If  original  hose  route  cannot  be  followed  at  time  of  replacement,  find  alternative  route  and measure for new hose length GENERAL PURPOSE - High Temperature, Hydraulic, Air and Fuel Application (1)    Carefully examine both hose end fittings.  Discard hose end fittings if any signs of damage are evident. Proceed to step 4 following to assemble new hose assembly using new hose end fittings. (2)    If hose end fittings are to be reused, remove from old hose.  Clamp socket in a vise.  Remove nipple from hose and socket by unscrewing in a counterclockwise direction. (3)    Once  nipple  is  removed,  invert  hose  and  reclamp  socket  in  vise.    Unscrew  hose  from  socket  by  turning hose  in  a  clockwise  direction.    If  hose  is  excessively  long,  socket  removal  is  possible  by  clamping  hose  in  vise  and unscrewing socket from hose in clockwise direction. 4-65

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