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REAR SUSPENSION LEAF SPRING AND BUSHING REPLACEMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XXVII.  MAINTENANCE OF REAR SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY Para Para. General  ................................................................ 4-191 Rear Suspension Leaf Spring and Bushing Replacement ...........................................  4-192 4-191.  GENERAL This section contains information on the maintenance of the rear suspension assembly that are maintain- able at the Organizational level. 4-192.  REAR SUSPENSION LEAF SPRING AND BUSHING REPLACEMENT This task covers: a.  Removal b.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Floor Jack Floor Stands Press Materials/Parts Leaf Springs (471287C91) Bushing Spacer (471569C2) Personnel Required: 2 General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. REMOVAL A jack should never be used alone to support vehicle while  under-chassis  service  is  being  performed.  The jack   may   lower   and   serious   personal   injury   could result. Always support vehicle with floor stands. a. Place a floor jack under truck frame and raise truck sufficiently to relieve weight from spring being removed. Support vehicle with floor stands. b. Remove four U-bolt nuts (1) and washers (2) and then   remove   U-bolt   (3)   and   U-bolt   plate (4). c. Slide auxiliary spring (5) from brackets (6) and remove spring spacer (7). 4-208

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