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TM 5-4210-220-34 (6) Place the dry part on the third block Do not use lapping powder on this block.   Keep the part flat and move it across the block several times, using the figure eight motion Lapping the dry part in this manner gives It the "mirror" finish required for perfect sealing. (7) Wash the lapped part in dry cleaning solvent (item 10, Appendix B) and dry with compressed air. 2-7.4 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) Using  a  cut-off  saw  or  a  fine  tooth  hacksaw  cut  new hose square to length. 2-15

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