This task covers:
a. Hose And Tube Locations
b. Follow-On Maintenance
FRS unloaded, (TM 9-4940-568-10)
Crane stowed, (TM 9-4940-568-10)
Hydraulic reservoir drained, (Para 7-6)
Batteries disconnected, (TM 9-4940-568-10)
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, General Mechanics: Automotive
(Item 30, Appendix G)
Cap and Plug Set (Item 3, Appendix G)
Pan, Drain (2) (Item 20, Appendix G)
7-4. HYDRAULIC HOSES AND TUBES REPLACEMENT.
Cable Ties (Item 10, Appendix C)
Tags, Identification (Item 40, Appendix C)
Hose And Tube Locations.
Prolonged contact with lubricating oil (MIL-L-2104) may cause a skin rash. Skin and
clothing that come in contact with lubricating oil should be thoroughly washed immediately.
Saturated clothing should be removed immediately. Areas in which lubricating oil is used
should be well-ventilated to keep fumes to a minimum.
Equipment may be damaged by foreign matter if hoses, tubes and connectors are not
plugged and capped when removed.
This procedure shows the location of hydraulic hoses on the shelter. It will never be
necessary to remove all hydraulic hoses at one time.
As items are removed, cap and plug all hoses, tubes and connectors.
Tag and mark all hoses, pipes and tubes before removal.
Inspect all hoses, lines and fittings for cracks, bends, nicks, dents, stripping threads and
cuts. Replace all damaged parts.
Remove and replace cable ties as required.
Remove clamps and support brackets as required.