LUBE TANK - REPLACE/REPAIR.
This Task Covers:
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's. Automotive (Appendix B, Section III, Item 1).
Electric Welder (Appendix B, Section III, Item 3).
Silicon Sealant (Appendix E, Section II, Item 6).
Nut, self-locking (Appendix H, Section II, Item 10).
Teflon Tape (Appendix E, Section II, Item 7).
Dry cleaning solvent (Appendix E, Section II, Item 3).
Unit shut down and cool.
Enclosure Removed (para 4-13)
Alcohol Injector Removed (para. 4-16).
Air Regulators Removed (para. 4-41).
Low and High Pressure Pumps Removed (para. 4-42).
A-frame Removed (para. 5-3).
FM 43-2, Metal Body Repair and Related Operations.
TM 9-237, Welding Theory and Application.
TM 43-0139, Painting Instruction for Field Use.
Clean up spills as soon as they occur. Spills can cause falls and serious
Removal. (Refer to Figure 5-27).
GAA Grease will have to be scooped out.
Completely drain all lubricants from lube tank (1) by removing three plugs (2) from bottom of skid (3).
Remove four nuts (4), bracket (5), and u-clamp (6) from interflex hose (7).
Remove interflex hose (7) from tube on lube tank (1) and from diverter (8).
Remove two nuts (4), bracket (5) and u-clamp (6) from interflex hose (9). (5) Remove interflex hose (9) from