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GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-9.  GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES- Continued h. Lowering the Truck. (1) Place 10 ton hydraulic jack beneath differential. Raise the jack until all weight is off maintenance trestles. (2) Remove maintenance trestles from beneath axle (one on each side of differential). (3) Carefully and slowly, lower jack until all weight is removed from jack. Immediately after truck is grounded, chock the wheels. (4) Repeat steps 1 through 3 to lower other axle as necessary. (5) Ensure gear selector is positioned to N (neutral) and parking brakes are applied, then remove all wheel chocks. i. Identification.  Identify  all  parts  of  similar  shape  with  tags.  This  will  make  proper  reassembly  easier.  Be sure to identify ends of electric, hydraulic, and air lines as they are disconnected. j. Salvage. Some  assemblies  that  are  removed,  even  though  defective,  shall  be  treated  as  valuable items.  They may be rebuilt for future use. k. Expendable Parts. Whenever possible, all gaskets, packings, and seals shall be discarded during removal or disassembly. Similarly, lock wire, lockwashers, cotter pins, and like items shall be discarded during disassembly. All should be replaced during assembly. When removing seals, gaskets, or packings, take  care  not  to  damage  (e.g.  scratch)  the  sealing  surfaces.  If  surfaces  are  damaged  they  must  be repolished to give a good sealing surface. I. Parts Protection.   To prevent moisture and dirt from entering housings, lines, and other openings, apply protective covers after disassembly. Wrap all parts in clean paper or dip parts in rust preventive oil. 4-9.2.  General Cleaning Instructions CAUTION Do    not    use    scrapers,    wire    brushes,    abrasive    wheels,    or compounds  when  cleaning  parts  unless  called  for  in  detailed instructions.   These   procedures   may   alter   size   of   machined surface and may weaken a stressed part. a. Dry Cleaning Solvent. WARNING Dry  cleaning  solvent  P-D-680  (safety  or  Stoddard's  solvent)  is potentially  dangerous.  Avoid  repeated  and  prolonged  breathing of vapors and skin contact with the liquid. Do not use near open flame, arcing equipment or other ignition sources. Always wear eye  protection  and  protective  clothing.  The  flash  point  of  P-D- 680 is 1 00 to 138 deg. F (38 to 59 deg. C). Whenever dry cleaning solvent is recommended for cleaning, use item 3, Appendix E. 4-147

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