vulcanized corners are not damaged. Replace door gaskets as follows:
(a) Open cargo container doors with damaged gasket.
(b) Remove fasteners (2, fig 2-3) using a cold chisel
(c) Remove band strip (3) and gasket (1).
(d) Place new gasket in place and assemble band strip as shown in Figure 2-3.
(e) Drill 1/8-inch dia. holes spaced 6 inches apart through band strip and into door frame.
Hammer fasteners (2) in place.
(2) Repair of Door Gasket. The configuration of the door gasket is shown in Figure 2-3. Sections of the
door gasket may be replaced; however, replacement must be carefully done to insure that a watertight seal is
attained. Repair a damaged section of the door gasket as follows:
(a) Open cargo container door with damaged gasket.
(b) Carefully mark damaged section of gasket to be removed. Marks should be made on the
outside surface of the gasket.
(c) Cut gasket (1, fig. 2-3) to be removed at marks with a sharp knife.
(d) Cut band strip (3) and remainder of gasket (1) with a hacksaw.
(e) Remove fasteners (2) from damaged section using a cold chisel. Save band strip for reuse.
Cut new section of gasket to the exact length required and place new section of gasket and
band strip into position.
(g) Drill 1/8-inch dia. holes 6 inches apart through band strip and gasket and into door frame.
(h) Hammer fasteners (2) in place.
Seal joints of gasket (when new section abuts existing section) with adhesive (1, Appendix
d. Plywood Panel Replacement (fig. 3-2). Plywood panels are assemblies, which include a kick plate
riveted to the plywood. Replace a plywood panel as an assembly. Specific identification of plywood panels is
made in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List, Appendix C. Replace plywood panels as follows:
(1) Remove nuts (5, fig. 3-2), using a ¼-inch allen wrench, holding damaged plywood panel in
place. Retain nuts for reuse.
(2) Remove plywood panel.