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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS Scissors Polyethylene     (Plastic     Container     Bag     Material)     or Cellophane Sheets Assorted Bolts, Nuts and Rivets. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Observe   The   Following   When   Making   Repairs   With Fiberglass 1. Avoid spilling the resin or hardener on skin or clothing. If  this  occurs,  remove  with  paint  thinner  or  denatured alcohol. Then wash with soap and water.  If the mixture contacts the eyes, flush thoroughly with water immediately.  Continue flushing for at least 15 minutes and contact physician as soon as possible. 2. In    some    cases,    some    individuals    may    have    skin sensitivity  to  the  use  of  these  materials.    Because  of this, protective creams can be applied to the hands to guard against irritation. 3. When    protective    creams    are    not    available,    rubber gloves may be used to protect the hands.  The gloves can  be  removed  quickly  leaving  the  hands  clean  for other work. 4. When  working  with  fiberglass  always  work  in  a  well ventilated    area.        DO    NOT    SMOKE    OR    EXPOSE FLAME     WHERE     KITS     ARE     BEING     USED     OR STORED.   If   possible,   obtain   a   kit   of   material   large enough to accommodate only one or two jobs to avoid storing any quantity of this material.  Resin liquid must be kept in a metal container or cabinet when not being used. 5. Repairs must be ground or sanded to match surrounding contours.  When grinding or sanding, it is advisable to use an approved type respirator during the operation.    Suitable    respirators    are    available    under equipment number SE-1798 and SE-1799. The ground dust   or   particles   of   resin   or   fiberglass   must   not   be inhaled, otherwise irritation may occur. REPAIRING FIBERGLASS Small Holes (Under 3" Diameter): 1. Remove   damaged   material   such   as   loose   fiberglass and bevel the edges (approximately 200).  See Fig. 2. Fig. 2 2. Remove   paint   from   outside   surface   with   sandpaper. Clean inner surface (if accessible). 3. Cut  a  piece  of  cloth  and  a  piece  of  mat  so  that  the patches will extend past the edges of the hole about 2". 4. Coat both inner and outer surfaces with resin mixture and saturate both the mat and cloth. 5. When tacky, apply the mat on the inner surface and the cloth   to   the   outer   surface.      Press   the   two   patches together  using  polyethylene.    A  saucer-like  depression should be made.  See Fig. 3. Fig. 3 6. Allow  the  material  to  cure.    This  is  a  chemical  action and not a drying action. A hard surface indicates a hard interior.    To  hasten  curing  action  heat  lamps  may  be used  about  18"  from  work.    Then  smooth  the  outside surface.      Additional   coats   of   resin   mixture   may   be added if necessary. 7. Apply  plastic  putty  to  fill  the  low  spots,  allow  time  for the putty to cure, then smooth the outside surface. Large Holes (Over 3" Diameter): 1. Remove   damaged   material   such   as   loose   fiberglass and bevel the edges (approximately 200).  See Fig. 2. 2. Remove paint from the outside surface with sandpaper. Clean the inner surface also if it is accessible. CTS-2408  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AM ERICA

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