Hose Body Assembly.
This task covers:
Winterization Heater and Supports Removed
Shop Equipment, Automotive
(see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Maintenance and Repair,
Pump Body Heater Removed (see TM
Auxiliary Power unit Removed (see TM
All Piping Drained (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
APU Fuel Lines and Exhaust Removed (see
Water Tank Drained (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Foam Tank Drained (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
110-Vac Inverter And Harness Removed (see
Main Engine Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
APU Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Rear Step and Tow Rings Removed (see para.
Batteries Disconnected (see TM 5-4210-220-10)
Pump Body Removed (see para. 2-10.1)
All Air Tanks Drained
Radiator Drained (see LO 5-4210-200-12)
Pump Body Heat Shield Removed (see TM
11, Appendix B Electrical Tape
22, Appendix B Pipe Sealant
Hose Body Heat Shield Removed (see TM
25, Appendix B Sealant
101569 Hose Body
Hose Reel Blower Removed (see TM
Winterization Heater Exhaust Removed (see TM
PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 2
Injury to personnel or damage to equipment could occur from improper hoisting. Hoist the load slowly to
avoid tearing out lifting eye assemblies, slipping slings or load shift. Do not jerk the load or swing it from
side-to-side when hoisting. This places additional stress on hoisting components which can cause failure
and loss of load. Be sure hoisting equipment is on solid footing and is suitable for the size of the load.
Watch boom angle and overhead clearance when hoisting.
To remove and install the truck hose body, the workshop must be equipped with an overhead hoist or
crane. The hoist or crane should have a lifting capacity of at least 2000 lb (907 kg) to a height of at least
16 ft (4.9 m) from floor level
For removal, inspection, and installation of hose body fasteners, refer to para. 2-7.
Apply 1/8 in. (3 mm) bead of sealant (item 25, Appendix B) to all metal mating surfaces prior to