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LAUNCH FRAME - SAFETY STOP ASSEMBLY
This task covers:
a. Remove
b. Install
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's, Automotive (GMTK)
Peg wrench
Materials Required
Thread locking compound, loctite 243
Grease (As required)
Nyloc nuts (Qty 4)
Equipment Conditions
Remove the forward launch beam see maintenance procedure 6-020
a.
Remove
(1)
Support the weight of the stop lever (13). Using the peg wrench, remove the pivot pin nut,
washer and pivot pin (14).
(2)
Remove the stop lever (13).
(3)
Remove the retaining ring, washer and striker pin (15).
(4)
Remove the strike block (16).
(5)
If required, remove the two halves of the pivot pin bushing mounted in the stop lever (13).
(6)
Remove the four nyloc nuts (3) and bolts (2) securing the housing (4) to the launch frame
(17). Discard the nyloc nuts.
(7)
Note the position of the housing (4), with the air hole facing down and remove the housing
(4).
(8)
Remove the retaining ring (6) and washer (5).
(9)
Remove the guide pin (1).
(10)
Note the washer arrangement in the housing and remove the eleven washers (9), five
washers (8) and spacer (7).
(11)
If required remove the screws (12) securing the guide block (10) to the stop lever (13) and
remove the guide block (10).
(12)
If required remove the handle (11).
(13)
Check all threaded components for wear and damage.
(14)
Check the washers (9 and 8) for damage.

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