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CAB PANELS REPAIR
TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-17. CAB PANELS REPLACEMENT (Continued). REMOVAL NOTE Before   panels   can   be   replaced   on   cab,   some mechanical work may be required.  This will vary depending   on   which   panel   is   being   replaced. Some   or   all   of   the   following   steps   may   be required. 1. Remove doors (paragraph 4-130). 2. Remove seat (paragraph 4-137). 3. Remove  dash  pad  and  instrument  panel (paragraph 5-16). 4. Remove windshield (paragraph 4-139). 5. Remove    rear    window    glass    (paragraph 4-140). 6. Disconnect     cab     electrical     connections (paragraph 4-147). 7. Remove fuel tanks (paragraph 4-72). 8. Remove air tanks  (paragraph  4-173). Care  must  be  used  to  prevent  damage  to  roof panel when removing side panels. a. Drill    out    spot    welds    which    attach    panel    to    be replaced to adjacent panels.  Using electric drill with sheet metal drill bits. b. Open   seams   which   have   been   clinched   together using a pneumatic chisel. INSTALLATION Welding   and   brazing   operations   produce   heat, toxic   fumes,   radiation,   metal   slag,   and   carbon particles.  Welding and brazing goggles with the proper tinted lenses, with gloves, apron or jacket, and welders boots are required. a. Reweld any cracked or missing welds and repair as necessary  any  hidden  damage  found  after  removal of panel. b. Position and clamp new panel to cab. Welding   and   brazing   operations   produce   heat, toxic   fumes,   radiation,   metal   slag,   and   carbon particles.  Welding and brazing goggles with the proper tinted lenses, with gloves, apron or jacket, and welders boots are required. Adjust welder so as not to damage or burn sheet metal while welding. c. Weld   panels   together   by   welding   through   holes previously   drilled   out.      (Where   drilled   holes   are inaccessible,   use   1   inch   (2.5   cm)   seam   welds spaced   3   inches   (7.5   cm)   apart   or   plug   weld   as applicable. d. Grind, sand or wire brush away any excess weld or weld ash from all newly welded areas. e. Apply  body  sealant  (Appendix  D,  Item  51)  to  panel seams and drilled out holes. f. Apply primer paint (Appendix D, Item 41) to affected areas to assure good protection from rust. g. Finish paint as required (Appendix D, Item 40). h. Install    all    components    removed    prior    to    panel removal. i. Connect batteries. 5-40

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