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TM 5-5420-279-23
5 - 030 LAUNCH FRAME - REAR PINCH ROLLER BEARINGS
This task covers:
a. Remove
b. Install
c. Service
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's, Automotive (GMTK)
Hook Wrench HN15
Materials Required
Thread locking compound, loctite 243
Grease (As required)
Seal (Qty 2)
Equipment Conditions
Rear pinch roller assembly removed from launch frame, see maintenance
procedure 5-029, and placed on a suitable working surface
a.
Remove
(1)
Remove the bolts (18) and keep plates (17) from the lever remote controls (13 and 14).
(2)
Remove the lever remote controls (13 and 14) from the roller assembly.
(3)
Remove the plain nuts (2).
(4)
Remove the spacers (15) and seals (8). Discard the seals.
(5)
Remove the retaining rings (11) and flat washers (5).
(6)
Remove the roller bearings (6).
(7)
Remove the spacer sleeve (12) and shaft (16) from the roller (10).
(8)
Check all threaded components, bolts (18 and 21) and inserts (3), for wear and damage.
(9)
Check the condition of the lever remote controls (13 and 14).
(10)
Check the bearings (1) for wear and damage.
(11)
Check the pins (19) keep plate (20), bolts (21) and washers (22).
(12)
Replace the seals (8).
(13)
Check the roller bearings (6), washers (5), retaining rings (11) and spacers (15) for wear
and damage.
(14)
Check the grease fittings (9) for damage.
(15)
Check the spacer sleeve (12), shaft (16) and roller (10) for wear and damage.

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