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REPLACEMENT - TM-5-4210-220-12_706
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-32.  FRONT AXLE. 4-32.2  Tie Rod and Tie Rod Ends. This task covers a. Adjustment b. Replacement TOOLS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, Automotive, NSN 5180-00-177-7033 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) APU Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-12) Batteries Disconnected (see para. 4-24.12) Rear Wheels Blocked (see para. 4-9) Truck Front End Raised (see para. 4-9) MATERIALS/PARTS 16, Appendix E Grease 302439 Tie Rod End LH 302438 Tie Rod End RH 302440 Tie Rod 36400 Capscrew 90422 Lockwasher 56286 Hex Nut MS15003-1 Grease Fitting 302447 Washer 302365 Castle Nut 90871 Cotter Pin ADJUSTMENT (1)  Scribe a line around the center of each front tire by holding a chalk against the tire tread while rotating the wheel. (2)    Measure  distance  (A  and  B)  at  front  and rear  of  wheels  as  shown  and  compare  the measurements (A) should be 0 to 1/8 in. (0 to    3.2    mm)    shorter    than    (B).        If    the difference between (A) and (B) is not within this range, adjust tie rod as detailed in steps 3 thru 5. (3)  Loosen capscrews (1) and nuts (4) securing left and right tie rod ends (2). (4)    Adjust  tie  rod  length  and  thus  front  wheel toe-in   by   turning   tie   rod   (3)   clockwise   or counterclockwise.        Adjust    until    toe-in    is within range detailed in step 2. NOTE Be   sure   tie   rod   is      sufficiently screwed into both tie rod ends to provide   effective   clamping   when capscrews (1) are tightened. (5)    Tighten  tie  rod  clamping  capscrews  (1) and nuts (4) to 175 ft lb (235 Nm) when rod adjustment is final. 4-594

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