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TM 5-5420-279-23
CRANE - SUPPORT ASSEMBLY CRANE
This task covers:
a. Remove
b. Install
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's, Automotive (GMTK)
Materials Required
Thread locking compound, loctite 243
Personnel Required
Two
Equipment Conditions
Seat deployed
a.
Remove
(1)
Remove the crane form the vehicle and place on a suitable working surface. See direct
support maintenance procedure 6-045.
(2)
Remove the lift cylinder. See direct support maintenance procedure 6-050.
(3)
Remove the rotate hydraulic coupling assembly. See direct support maintenance
procedure 6-046.
(4)
Remove the rotate gear. See direct support maintenance procedure 6-047.
(5)
Disconnect the pipes for the rotate lubrication system (2) at the crane column (1).
(6)
Remove the crane stabilizer legs. See unit maintenance procedure 5-147.
(7)
Remove the crane stabilizer extensions. See direct support maintenance procedure 6-049.
(8)
Remove the bolts (4) and washers (3) securing the crane column (9) to the support
assembly crane (6).
(9)
Remove the crane column (9) complete with the jib cylinder and crane extension cylinders.
(10)
Remove the bolts (8) and washers (7) securing the bearing rotate ring (5) to the support
assembly crane (6).
(11)
Remove the bearing rotate ring (5) complete with rotate lubrication system (2) from the
support assembly crane (6).
(12)
Check all treaded components for damage and wear.
(13)
Check the rotate lubrication grease fittings, pipes and unions for damage.
(14)
Check the bearing rotate gear for damage and wear.
Change 1 6-171

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