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TM 5-5420-279-23
CRANE - STABILIZER EXTENSION AND LEG CONTROLS
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
Equipment Conditions
None
NOTE
The crane stabilizer extension cylinders and stabilizer leg cylinders are controlled by
levers situated on each side of the crane. There is one lever for extension in/out and one
lever for leg up/down.
a.
Remove
(1)
To replace levers (15 and 16), turn the lever nut (17) one half turn counter clockwise.
(2)
Remove the lever by turning it counter clockwise.
(3)
To replace lever (8), remove pin quick release (13).
(4)
Remove pin cotter (11) and washer (10) and remove shaft (9).
(5)
Retain spacer (12).
(6)
Remove lever (8).
(7)
If cable is to be replaced, remove ring retaining (7) and pin (6) and disconnect cable (4)
from clevis (5).
(8)
Note cable run and remove cable.
(9)
Check the cable (4) for damage and wear.
(10)
Check mounting brackets (1, 14, 22, 27, 28), cover plate (30) and fixings for damage.
(11)
Check levers (8, 15 and 16) for damage.
(12)
Replace components as necessary.
b.
Install
(1)
Fit lever (15 and 16) to valve block and lock in position with lock-nut (17).
(2)
Fit two levers (8) to bracket (1) by inserting the shaft (9) and re-fitting the two spacers (12).
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