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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-220-34_212
TM 5-4210-220-34 2-19. ENGINE - Continued Be sure all headless plugs are flush to 0.0625 in.  (1.6 mm) below the surface of the cylinder head.  A 3/8 in.  socket head plLG is installed about 1 in.  (25 mm) away from the 2 in.  plug on the push rod side.  This plug must not protrude more than 0.0625 in.  (1.6 mm) from the block and a 0.2188 in.  (5.56 mm) rod placed in the vertical fee hole must pass the inner face of the plug. (15)  If removed, install the exhaust valves and seats, as detailed in para.  2-19.7. (16)  If removed, install the rocker arms, cam followers, and push rods as detailed in para.  2-19.4. (17)  If removed, replace all cylinder head-to-fuel pipe connector seals.  Install all connectors and tighten to 45 ft lb (61 Nm). INSTALLATION (1) Check the cylinder liner flange heights with respect to the cylinder block using hold down clamp J24565-02 and depth gage J24898. (2)     The  liner  flange  must  be  0.0418  0.0482  in. (1.0621 1.224 mm) below the surface of the block.      The   difference   in   height   between two   adjacent   cylinders   must   not   exceed 0.015  in.    (0.38  mm).    If  these  limitations are  not  satisfied  refer  to  General  Support for repair. (3)     Be sure piston crowns are clean and free of foreign material. (4)     Be  sure  each  push  rod  is  threaded  into  its clevis until the end of the push rod projects through the clevis. (5)     Be sure all cylinder block and cylinder head gasket   surfaces,   counterbores,   and   seal grooves are free of foreign material and are clean. (6)     Be sure there are no burrs or sharp edges in the head or block counterbores. (7)     Inspect the cylinder head bolt holes in the block and remove any water, oil or other foreign material.  Check for any damaged threads. The 2.00 in.  diameter cup plug (thermostat housing end) in a new service head must be removed prior to installation to prevent blocking the coolant flow out of the head. (8)     Install a new compression gasket on top of each cylinder liner. (9)     Remove the adhesive paper, and place the support shims, adhesive side down in position at each end of the cylinder block.  The scallop in the shim placed at the rear of the block must be at the oil supply hole. 2-217

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