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INSPECTION (CONT) - TM-5-4210-220-12_697
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REMOVAL - TM-5-4210-220-12_699
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-31.  FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION - Continued 4-31.2  Springs. This task covers a. Removal b. Inspection c. Installation TOOLS Shop Equipment, Automotive Maintenance and Repair, NSN 4910-00-754-0705 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) APU Shutdown (see para. 2-12) Batteries Disconnected (see para. 4-24) Truck Wheel Removed (see para. 4-29.1) Shock Absorber Removed (see para. 4-31.1) MATERIALS/PARTS 17, Appendix E Engine Oil 29, Appendix E Threadlock liquid 16, Appendix E Grease 37520 Front Spring Assembly 37521 Rear Spring Assembly 100031-01 U-bolt 100031-03 U-bolt 100031-04 U-bolt 100031-05 U-bolt 310424 Locknut 310592 Locknut PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 2 WARNING Leaf spring weighs about 200 lb (90 kg).  Use suitable equipment or assistance to avoid injury. NOTE The  front  and  rear  springs  are  mounted  similarly  except  that  the  rear  springs  are  mounted outboard of the frame and the front are mounted directly beneath the frame.  The rear springs have 15 leafs, whereas the front only have 11.  Only replace one spring at a time. REMOVAL NOTE For rear spring, remove hose reel cover, see para. 4-14.1.  For front springs, remove front and pump body heat shield, see para. 4-11. (1)  Ensure wheel and shock absorber on that end of the axle which is to have spring replaced are removed. Ensure  front  or  rear  of  truck  (depending  which  spring  is  to  be  replaced)  is  supported  on  maintenance trestles on the frame. (2)  Support axle on jack.  Raise jack until it just touches the axle. (3)  Remove both suspension U-bolts by undoing nuts (10).  If nuts and threads are corroded burn through U- bolts. (4)  Mark spring top plate (9) forward edge and top face.  Remove spring top plate. (5)  Raise jack under axle until there is a small gap between axle and spring. 4-586

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