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LAUNCH FRAME - UPPER WINCH ROPE
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TM-5-5420-279-23 Dry Support Bridge (DSB) (NSN
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PLAN VIEW OF UPPER WINCH ROPE ASSEMBLY
TM 5-5420-279-23
(4)
When the rope (2) is fully deployed release the rope end from the winch din wedge (3).
(5)
Pull the rope (2) through the forward beam pulley mechanism (11 and 13).
(6)
Check the top rope roller (8) for damage and wear.
(7)
Check the forward beam pulleys (11 and 13) for damage and wear.
(8)
Replace damaged or worn parts as required.
c.
Install
(1)
Uncoil the new rope and lay out in-line with the winch (1) and through a snatch block.
CAUTION
Protect Rope From Contamination During The Install Process.
(2)
Thread the seized end of the rope (2) through a snatch block and the pulley mechanism
(13 and 11) of the forward launch beam (12).
CAUTION
Avoid Applying Rotary Tension To The Rope.
(3)
Thread the rope (2) under the far and home bank carriages (10 and 9) and under the top
rope roller (8).
(4)
Thread the rope (2) under the upper winch drum (1).
(5)
Locate and secure the rope (2) in the winch drum, din wedge block (3).
NOTE
To ensure that the Rope is tensioned from the Din Wedge for layering, attach the Rope end
to a mobile load.
To avoid rotary tension, connect the Rope end to the mobile load using a swivel
connection.
(6)
Operate the winch slowly and ensure that the rope (2) is fed onto the winch drum neatly in
layers.
(7)
Attach the free end of the rope to the rope termination point (4) on the far bank carriage.
(8)
Take up any slack in the rope (2) by operating the upper winch (1).
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