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INSTALLATION (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_702
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-31.  FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION - Continued INSTALLATION (1)  Ensure eye bushings are in both ends of the spring. (2)  Place spring (8) in position with double leaf wrap toward front end of truck.  Ensure middle of spring rests on top of axle. (3)  Coat front spring pin (1) with engine oil (item 17, Appendix E).  Align spring bushing with frame holes and push pin in, with one locking slot down and grease fitting outboard.  Do not drive pin with hammer as this may damage grease fitting threads.  If properly aligned the spring pin may be pushed in by hand. (4)  Coat spring pin (5) with engine oil (item 17, Appendix E) and insert into frame bushing.  (Grease-fitting hole inboard of frame). (5)    Coat  second  spring  pin  (5)  with  engine  oil  (item  17,  Appendix  E).    Insert  pin  into  spring  rear  bushing. (Grease-fitting hole inboard of frame). (6)  Raise or lower jack beneath axle on which the spring is resting until the two rear spring pins line up with the holes in the outboard shackles (6). (7)    Align  spring  pin  locking  slots  so  they  are  facing  each  other.    Push  outboard  shackle  (6)  onto  the  spring pins.  If the shackle is a tight fit, hold a soft-headed hammer against the other end of one pin and tap the shackle on that end.  Repeat with the hammer against the other spring pin. Repeat until shackle is against lip of both pins. (8)  Fit both locking bolts (7) to the shackle.  Do not drive the locking bolts as this will damage the threads.  If they  do  not  slide  home,  the  pin  locking  slots  are  not  aligned.    Twist  the  pin  from  the  other  end  until  is aligned.  Locking bolt heads must be to front of shackle. (9)  Apply five drops of threadlock liquid (item 29, Appendix E) to locknuts (4) and install (5) fingertight on both shackle locking bolts. (10)  Install inboard shackle, if necessary re-aligning the spring via the jack. (11)  Install both locking bolts (7) in inboard shackle.  Apply five drops of threadlock liquid (Item 29, Appendix E) to locknuts (4) and tighten to 75 ft lb (100 Nm).  Locking bolt heads must be to front of shackle. (12)  Tighten locknuts (4) on rear outboard shackle to 75 ft lb (100 Nm). (13)  Install both locking bolts (3) in front spring pin (1) It may be necessary to re-align the spring via the jack. Locking bolt heads must be to front of shackle. (14)  Apply five drops of threadlock liquid (Item 29, Appendix E) to locknuts (4) and tighten to 75 ft lb (100 Nm). (15)  Install grease fittings (2) on all three spring pins (1 and 5).  Apply grease (Item 16, Appendix E) to each shackle until it can be seen at the ends of that shackle. 4-589

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