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 Material Information
Title: PS
Series Title: <Mar. 1987-> TB
Uniform Title: PS (United States. Dept. of the Army)
Alternate title: Preventive maintenance monthly
Alternate Title: PS, the preventive maintenance monthly
Caption title: PS magazine
Abbreviated Title: PS (Wash. D. C.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 18 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Eisner, Will
United States -- Dept. of the Army
Penny and Sol Davidson Collection
Publisher: Dept. of the Army
Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor
Place of Publication: Lexington Ky
Washington D.C
Creation Date: 1965
Frequency: monthly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Military supplies -- Maintenance and repair -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
Summary: The Preventive Maintenance Monthly is an official publication of the Army, providing information for all soldiers assigned to combat and combat duties. The magazine covers issues concerning maintenance, maintenance procedures and supply problems.
Summary: From 1951 until 1971, Will Eisner illustrated and co-wrote PS. Self-descriptive in purpose, featured a mix of illustrated articles, diagrams, and comics.
Additional Physical Form: Vols. for Dec. 1990-1991 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: No. 61-<74> are photocopies (positive) copyrighted by Will Eisner Productions.
General Note: Imprint varies: Lexington, Ky., <Aug. 1978>-19 ; Redstone Arsenal, AL, <Sept. 1997->
General Note: Not distributed to depository libraries in a physical form, Dec. 2000-
General Note: Description based on: Issue 309 (Aug. 1978); title from cover.
General Note: Sol Davidson Collection holds issues 36, 40, 44, 49, 85-6, 89, 108, 112, 142, 148-57, 164-71, 173-4, 177, 182-4, 186-96, 198-209.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001362266
oclc - 04507968
notis - AGM3698
lccn - 61040228
issn - 0475-2953
System ID: UF00076787:00021

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t;r PREVENTIVE MAHIIENANCE Mur.i-L
issue No 156 1965 S5rles
IN THIS ISSUE


PUBS AND TOOLS
Speclai Features
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rNi I:iTT7i..7 Tjul i. 48-63
Pu lsl..,nr.r: 2B ilil..: ii l 64


COMMUNICATIONS 9-11
:.. I t'd r ,n : 10 H-[ 1UFi I 11




AIR MOBILITY 12 17
Ut I AL'.r Ill.'l 12 P3rt Ln,ri.,4 il u. 14-16
IJH 13ij :,Tr I 13 u !A ,r,, Eh.ir 17 1




FIREPOWER 18 27
AM!i i~u rl:,li 1824 He .k 25 '27




GROUND MOBILITY 37-47
SpEcral FeI ,ure
Tnir i .ubb;r iqul fur t ire i 4247
Bl0a3 L ,i, 37 F,,11,IIlf .in 0 j
TpBL w. 37 OrI.n Flu 41
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lin h, 'ea n jipprl'r d li Htlidqula er:
Iepailment of tr.i Arrmy 19 FESrujr 16i5
DISIRIBUTION- In accordance with re
qurermenls submitted on DA Form 124.




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ft- MATERIEL READINESS REPORT
D XUEi Form 21108-9 Prolf Accept- 7f i From all Arm, organizaiiions and rnicil ron I including
ance Record Ifr ,eaponsi has been i* c filran component~i ht ar re required t,-, keep i proper) brok
WHEN OU eliminated from the record, re. under AR "3535 or a property account under AR "11-16. A
RADD MAA s eparate DA 24016 is required for each applicable UTilizatin
To S I- O A. spelled nu in ot Code. iAssrerisks in Table 1IId. Appendi) sa thoa codes to be used
(15 dAN 4) 4-26 of Chane the DA 24089's for materiel readiness reporting.I
yOU GEITAORE t 4-26 of Ch nee 2. -he DA2
SPECFIC RULES ON no% in weapon Iogs may be kept if" 0 (2 To oser all reportable items as hsred ,n the ne J Ap-
SOME' EQ( T crritmanders "ant 'emi or destroyed. P EPARE pendix Ill n Change 21 on Arms TOE. TA. ENfL ,:or other speh
S The re n.r needed b checommod-g authorization document eAppendis Ill. List of Equipment Iems
..A.D TEL LSn- r rs e ',A r d hr for Data Collection, has been revised, so check it for required
.'1 U8 RACT sc,%% 1 Change 2 doesn't mention it, but a tafeedback forms.)
... O a'n old gun books still in weapon % O. s Detailed instructions on preparing DA Form 2406 have been
OCM HEAvy wEPDots I loI) should be mailed co: CO, Water- ree ri.ren and expanded. For example, they spell out in para
OMlMERCAL slie r-6 1 enal. T1 that a multiple-aspect equipment system will be reported
LOGS. SO, DEPENDIN'ON \ aicrliec. N. Y. as a single unit. In para 3-6d(1)(i) they say that substitute equip-
TER ADODIN' UPDT d l th Mey out). mernt that has a different line number from the autthrizcd item
ESUBFFTIv IDO .. -1 ill be reported on a separa e line.
AS SPELLED OLT
DA M 72 11 lative Repair Cost Record) is no Check the ret riccen para 1.61bi fr spccifc guideline on the
(23JUL 65). longer required for commercial rt'o uses of DA Form 2406. 1 l Accumuluti'c report to DA and
d-en tchr ou li.e nmer (2) command reports das-b% .dai or for specified period.

no, in para -20 on disposal,. I. OI
SMORE

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Rules chan n _

Para. 4Z26 peIii umc ange- Para 4-26 List
in m-a-or equipment categories and the fol. The tabulated listine
I loin g general rules changes on historical of required equipment
records: historical record forms.
I Ee n though the c. blc in p.ara 1 6 alo is completl s r L.
don't list a DA F.-.rm 2- 0)8-'; f-r an item. iscd h\ Change 2.
a m ,dlicaon record i rcquajrcd upon re- In .ddition to deilcr.
clipt 4, an Nl\\ ) ipphl.able to the item ing DA Form 2408.9
of equlpmcnt. s, i,'ll add a DA Form for weapons and elimi.
.2 i. i ai that time unless a DA Form.
2 isi already% required fo-r that item. A nating DA Form 2408.
DA Form 248-i akl,:, i, required on a 11 from commercial ../
reLcr.blc o.nmpncntn upon receipt of an vehicle logs, other
I M\\ 0 apphlic.,ble r[, the eonmponent (unless changes have been mdec
the o:,mp..nent already has a DA Form on specific items. -
2-ifl In that ca; e. -,,u cater it on the
COVERTo CoaJER
2. \ hn para -1-26 riqulire b, 'th D.4
Form 20-108-; .nd DA F.,rrn 24-h19 for th.e hnge 2 supersedc
equipment item. organizatio.nal repairs and (Chlange I t,, TM 3.- "S(i
periodic inpctrion; ,ill be r~o.:.rded on Ind .a stak ot DA mrcs
DA Form 2-.19 o.nh i fa cumulae repair es
: record ik required. The introduction to *
Hit .rrc.. l re.. .rd a i td in para thc TM as reed b\
-./ 26 for icomn.unicati.ons and clectronie Chanige 2 drops the
equipment are required for the item n hethcr dJeiniriln ,i de.Adlined
or nri it s a part .f ai ma..r s ticm. equipment, adds refer-
i. Een hhcn dc.sin.rted as ..dmini;tra. en'Lc notes on the nel
l i-ue mniot.r ch icles. tactical and sup- l init Identificaton (Cde
port ehiclesilines ;^il.i '111 through 3' ~ I0, and or, calibration. e\-
ire required to ha\e the historical rei_'rds plains recording of
Jd in un thtir lint number. .. mainenancc manhours
on rth form,. and dc
S hen eCquipent i truik or il fines m r hi b
r.ountcd, luO b,..:,k re _,rds for Eh ",hile h
and the m, united cquipmcnt "ill bc kecp in de'silgn bn\ t p. bh use.
a iintile binder. --- b\ location and b\ the -
%%) a thc\ 're ,:btrnetd. -
V V -hen para i-.2 docn't prcs,:ri .b e t .
lop bind .r, dI llot book rcc.c:rd .r items it '
; ,h th.,t line numb ir s..i.ned t.., un.it /
be kept in ,ni IUj binder.

lJ l'"F-I"T'ONAL I


HIGHLIGHTS ON MAINTENANCE RECORDS

297 -ro *V NoT 1slrEr-P /
HIUE NO CHANGES ON 'EMTO SPEAK OFO
SDA FORM ?402J Exchange Tag-Revised para 3-2c(2) explain
hon to handle supply requirement on a DX part when exchange
is unduly delayed.
4Is = Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record -
Re ised para 3-3a and b exempt medical equipment (as "ell Is
aircraft from use of this form. Para 3-3c(1) leaves rules on use
of DD Form 314 for individual soldier's gear (including rifles)
up to local CO. Other changes correct errors and/or update the
rules. One thing Change 2 doesn't spell out is that DA Form 2409
(instead of DD 314) will be used to schedule and record perform--
ance of PM for medical equipment. C rrT
I DA FORM 70Ob. Matrcrcl Readiness Report Complete rewrite /
nith details on preparing the form as noted at the outset.
DA FORM 2407 ljainrenance Request. and DA Form 240--1.
S Continuation Sheet Para 3-7a and b clarify the purpose and
use of thesee forms, including use as an inter-shop maintenance
request. as a report of maintenance calibration/comparison check.
as a report on maintenance on tactical and support vehicles, and
as a report on application of MXN O's.
PARA 3-7.1A(13), referring to STRAC organizations should be
amended to read ARSTRIKE organizations. The Unit Identfi-
cation Code called for bs para 3-7.la("' is the ne% code estab-
lished under AR 18-50.

'~, hate been deleted All Equipment Im.
Spro-ement Rcommendations must non bc prepared and sub.
mitted scparatcly and uill no longer be combined n th an\ other
.- K | use of DA Form 2407. Follow the rules in para 3-7.4.
Additional rules on useof these forms are found in paras 5-9 on am-
munition and 6-4 on calibratisn Para 6-4 rules have been revised.

I DA FORM 2410, Component Removal and Repair /(-ferh.uwl
Record and DA 2410-1, Transaction Report Changes on these
forms are the requirement to use the new Unit Idcmihcjtion
Code (AR 18-50), to enter the component failure code at the upper
left corner above the control number, and addition of procedures I
S\ j for recording FSN changes and
I for depot assembly line use.


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LOc 7-.O--_.*-2. -----c -
Equipment Log-Para -1-c modiies the requirement that the log must be u ith
the equipment "hen oper.ced b, permitting it to be kept in 3 central location if
S"operation procedures or conhfuratin of the equipment' make it necessary

I 'C ,_


DA FORM
2408 1
Equipment Dail
or Monthly Log


- Changes call for entrn of date. miles or
hours nhcen next scheduled lubrication is
due in block 4. and entrm of estimated hours
in column b for equipment that requires
ser ice at specfied hourl% intervals but has
no hour meter.


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DA FORM 2408-3, Equipment Maintenance Record (Organizational) Most of
the ch nges a re clarihcations ,t instructions on preparation and disposition of the h,
f.rm Para -. bi 0 ca I for use of this form for reporting organizational mainte-
n ..ne on tactical and support vehicles (lines 330010 through 330310) designated
ass administraioe use vehicles Para 4-7c(27)(b) calls for a report on fuel added
tC, all fuel consuming equipment not just vehicles. Para 4-7c(31) changes the
close-out and submission of the form to quarterly for all equipment items that re-
quire this form and para i-'d adds details on disposition of copies upon close-out. 0




t 5-
DA FORM 2408-5, Equipment Modification Record Para 4-9b(l)(b) adds a re-
quirement to include this form in the log for equipment when an MWO is specifi-
cally applicable to an equipment item or component (unless the equipment log is
a DA Form 2409) even though this form isn't required now by para 4-26.


DA FORM 2408-7, Equipment Transfer Rcpo:r Para 4.-1 Ihi fi
limits entries in block I" t-) attachment and accessorn tem.s.
Component listing is not required.

DA FORM 2408-8, Equipment .Aiceptane and Registration Record
Para -4.12c l' calls for iring both old and ne, F.N's in
case rebuild or i'erhaul results in FPN change

DA FORM 2408-9. Proof Acceptance Record Form deleted De-
strov as indicated in note in para 4-26i unless CO wanri to keep it. .11

B DA FORM 2408 11, Accumulai' e Repair Cost Record-Noi longer
required for commercial design %ehic.k Oilher imc. no change.

G -6 -S. H


DA FORM 2408-12, Arm) Asia or's
- Para -4-16ciiidi2 gies details
n making the time entr).


NI DA FORM 2409, 1(I1i
[i'Equipment Maintenance
I Log Consolidated) I
!- Para 5-10 gives re ised
.I instructions for missile
and atomic demolition
charge use. I
Otherwise, no
change.









Sir.i 1-25 adds disposal in'truc ions on
DA Form 2-O00 nd DA Form 2-408-l18.
Disposal instructions for 2400-series forms
no longer required after publication of'
Change 2 are gnen in the note it the end
of para 4-2(. 2-

CALIBRATION RECORDS
Para 6-2 cites AR "50-25 for definition of terms
in connection with calibration actions. o
IFor requesting m..inten-nce cilibrrii,.n /.ompariion
check, see DA F,-rm 2-lO'1 ref:rtnic.s and para 6(-
if Change 2 I

l I F,,rin 2Itll. Calibration
D Dta Card Para 6-, limits
use of this form to cilibraii'on
Sfacilintes with standards traice
able to the National Bureau of
Standards

CODES, ADDRESSES, DATA COLLECTION ITEMS
4pp:nili\ I. Codes Major re siuons are listed
in Table VII. ULiizatrn Codes. Table XI. Mis.
cellaneous Codes. and Table XV. Motor vehiclee
Use and Suppls Starus Codes. The Q ser ice defini
S ion is corrected in Tible X. scheduled Ser ices.

Aippendi\ [I. Mailing Address These are up-
dated, but the U.S. Army Mobilit Equipment
Center address now should be:

In-r-lT Commanding General,
U.S. Army Mobility
Equipment Center.
4300) Goodfellow Blid..
,ppenli I1. DA List Sr. Louis. Mo.. 63120.
of Items for Data
Collection Revised \l,.-nili\ I\. List of
list of required equip- Ammunition Materiel
-ment data feedback Items for Dant Cllcction
forms. Nen IIt of required
Sm ammunition dat.,
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- A screw on the loose is about as easy
to recapture as a goosed goose.
STo an body who's ever tried to run
down an uncaprivated captive screw,
the above makes much sense. When the
screws are backed out, like they're not
supposed to be, the) seem to head for
the nearest crack or other convenient
hiding place there to stay lost
forever.
Trying to replace many of the captive
screws on common equipment can turn
a supply man's hair white. There are
no FSN's, and about the only way you
can get 'em is to have a general sup-
i port shop make them.
Which brings up the moral: Captive
screws are made so that you don't have
to back 'em out to free whatever they're
holding. So-o-o-o, keep 'em captive.
If you want to insure that they'll
stay captive, try this:
Grab a spare nut that'll thread onto


the end of the screw when it's thru its
panel, door, or whatever. Turn it all
the way up the threads until it flops
over onto the smooth shaft of the screw
. and let it stay there. That wa).
when the screw's backed out, the nut
keeps it captive ... but lets the cover,
panel or door swing free.

( RING







Another simple fix is to open a split
washer, slip it on the smooth shaft of
the screw, and close the washer ~ ithh
pliers. An "E" ring or "C" ring pressed
over the shaft will work the same magic.
The big thing is: Keep the screw cap-
tive... the best way )ou know how.





IF REVERSED...


Screws been jigglin' loose, lettin' the knobs on your RT-77( )/GRC-9 re-
ceiver-transmitter pop off?
No sweat. Just get 'em back the way they belong.
You gotta watch putting' on the knobs for the ANT SELECTOR, XTAL-MO
BAND and AF and RF GAIN controls. They'll cut peak performance of that
ANGRY-9 series radio set if they're installed backwards.


For making sure the knobs are on
finger-turning test.


like they're supposed to be, use the light


Spotting backward RF GAIN and AF GAIN knobs on the receiver section of your set's no problem
cause you have two tests to go by.
First, you'll get only one-half or less of normal sensitivity output; and second, the knobs'll move only
in a 90-degree arc. If they're like they oughta be, the knobs'll rotate 300 degrees or almost in a
complete circle.
And remember... to keep your knob screws from backing off, use a dab of
varnish or glyptol after tightening 'em.
10






WHEN JAMMED
A WRENCH'LL WRECK AN RT





Ah, ah, ah! Don't touch that dial... !
... That is, not until you're sure the
TR ANT TUNE spring-loaded wrench (0ULD ]AM
is flush with the panel on your RT-66, ON CAM
-67, or -68 receiver-transmitter. ADJUST SCREW
If the spring's weak or grit jams the
wrench onto a cam-adjust screw, a turn
of the MCS knob'll shear the flexible
shaft.
The same's true with the TENTH
MCS knob. You might make a couple
twists of the wrist before anything
happens. But, after that... kaput. You MAKE SURE
wind up with a broken C101 capacitor WRENCH IS
shaft. FLUSH WITH
So, instead of lettin' it do your FRONT OF PANEL
receiver-transmitter in, see to it the
wrench comes out when you take the
pressure off the screwdriver.

HERE'S A LIVELY NUMBER
You getting a little run down at the heels trying to
locate the right FSN for the H-161/U headset-mike?
Come out of the supply forest, then, and forget the
FSN that's in the Functional Parts List of TM 11-5965-
262-23P (Oct 62). What you need to shake an H-161
loose up the line is FSN 5965-825-4871.
And since you're in a supply mood over the headset-
k mike, you might remember that its mike and boom as-
sembly can't be replaced via the supply route. Which
I AND BOOM means you cannibalize ... or buy the whole rig.
ICAN1 \ You might pass that info along to your operator buddy
BY SUPPLY in the armor rig. If he gets careless with the mike boom,
_our .' he'll cost the unit quite a few francs for a new headset-
mike.







SPARE THE
USCLE POWER


Dear Editor,
Using muscle on the stick to overpower the AN/ASW-12 autopilot in the Mo-
hawk (OV-l) can run an avionics section ragged keeping up with repairs.
At least that's the way it was here, until we passed along to aviators a
gentle reminder about all the transistors we were replacing.
What can happen is that the power transistors in the motor drive circuit of
the rotary actuator will fail if the autopilot is overpowered for more than
about eight seconds.
The shear pins in the actuators won't save the transistors, either. The pins
actually protect the bird against any electrical or mechanical trouble In the
autopilot which would cause the gear train on the actuator to lock. If this
happens, muscle power can be used on the stick to shear the pins and give
the pilot manual control.
When making a normal climb or dive, tho, no muscle power is needed.
You use the pitch control "beep switch" on automatic pilot flight controller
C-3107/ASW- 12.
To use the pitch control you disengage the vertical engage switch (altitude)
on navigation coupler CU-792/ASW-12(V) and make your move. Then you en-
gage the vertical engage switch again at the new altitude.
Of course if you have to change altitude in a hurry, you can disengage the
autopilot by pressing the pilot release switch on the stick.
George M. Kirby
Sacramento Army Depot
DON'T MAKE ANY SUDDEN MOVES-
SAVE THE TRANSISTORS.
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BI----= ~/,
Adding a little tit to your tool for bending trim tabs on the Sioux (OH-13) will
also let you measure negative trim.
It's just a minor addition to the main rotor trim tab tool shown in your TM
55-1520-204-20 (1Jun65). But that tit raises the trim tab away from the rest
of the tool enough to let you read minus zero inches of trim along the right
hand side of the tool.
The tab bending part of the tool is about the same as the one shown in the -20,
except that the parts are a little larger.





WHEN CHANGING PARIS


Let Your

ft ell. into thl
bhre h! (;ott
P eI t i t h I

Ion ih i FrIt -
L in tahl OH-/ .


Your Giide


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How about procuring the
pertinent publication and
check out the mainte-
nance allocation chart for
that tachometer generator,
sir!


IMZAr


Hmm Fig. 153, Item 17, etc.,
etc., that's it! Also the asterisk
in th' allowance factors column
shows that the tach is not stocked
at the organizational level but the
"P" in the source code means that
it's a high mortality item Stock
at depot How 'bout that!!

Then, I pre-
sume, sir, you
can but draw
one conclusion.


You are absolutely
correct! Tho' you will
find the same true with
engine starter, generator
and other parts. Let me
also state one of the most
important columns on
the page is the REC
CODE (Recoverability or
repairability code) the
introductory chapter in
the 20P explains all.


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Sir! I detect an undercurrent of
The "R" means it's sarcasm .. But to amplify on
smart to turn in the your statement that is why
removed tach. It can general support gets a tach over-
be fixed How's haul kit, FSN 6680-691-2010,
that for openers? listed in the -35P. 'That kit will
repair any part but a busted
housing.


I imagine that's why
you eyeball pulled
parts No sense
turning in "unfix-
able stuff."


Being that you are showing signs of
intelligence, don't forget about ac-
curate records on components called
out in TB AVN 23-65 (13 Aug 64).
IT without "rn tlih rf ,ltf ni Eht be a
cinder mtnd iart and htaplpna monei)
dot n tht- drain.


The TB tells you what parts get
listed on a DA Form 2408-16 and
this info is then transferred to
the DA Form 2410 when the parts
are hripp d. T 3.8-75.0 tells olu
Shou ton fill out tie- form-.
















Dear Windy,
We have an allowance factor of 10 tailplane hinge bolts, P/N C3T23-5, FSN
1560-600-4597, in TM 55.1510-205-20P I'31 Aug 641 for our Otter (U- IA).
SThe trouble Is, when we change a bum bolt, there're two schools of thought.
One Is that the bolt should be tight while the other is that It should be free to
turn.
Can you settle this age-old dispute? SP5 L.O.F.


Dear Specialist L.O.F.,
The bolt should be free to turn in
the horizontal stabilizer bracket bear-
ing and bushings because this action
lessens wear and stress on the bolt.
When the bolt is put in right you
can't tighten the bolt nut to the point
where it freezes to the bracket. That's
because the bolt is a shoulder type with
a step at the head, just past the threads.
The step prevents a tight fit.
If you use a washer under the bolt
head, tho, torquing the bolt nut could
freeze the bolt... 'taint a healthy situa-
tion!
So, you lube the bolt lightly and in-
sert it with the nut end inboard. Then
add one washer, P/N AN960-516,
FSN 5310-167-0820, under a new nut,
P/N AN320-5, FSN 5310-176-8109.
Then tighten the nut to a torque of
85-110 inch-pounds and check the tail-
plane hinge fitting to be sure there's no
pinching.
ADD A NEW COTTER PIN, P/N
MS 24665-309,
F5N 5315-245-1254 AND
YOU,'E IN BUSINESS.


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@ XM3 SUBSYSTEML-

A PAIR OF POTENT PODS'

Wh-oo-sh-sh.... BOOM-M-M!
No more welcome sight to a guy with his feet planted in a rice paddy than a
covey of 2.75-in rockets streaking over-head from a Huey to support him.
You 427's, mechanics and crew chiefs can help make sure your XM3 subsys-
tem's ready on the firing line by zeroing in on these PM-Inspection tips between
firing missions:






Keep your eyes peeled for possible problems in these areas:
POD ADJUSTMENT
Comes the time to aline your pods, __
it's a good idea to get a buddy to lend
a muscle. Let him push in on the pod.
to take the pressure off the front plastic i e
bearing while you're adjusting it. This
bearing's hard to get at and unless the
weight's off it you're likely to have to
use too much heft when you're tight-
ening or loosening this screw. Result:
Off goes the screw's head. '

REAR No sweat working on the rear bear-

1you always want to remember that this
Supporting structure works on the toe-
in, toe-out system, meaning that you
have to loosen the two aft bearings
before you can adjust the front one
either to the right or left. And vice
Sversa when you're adjusting the rear
bearings.

OVERSIZE HARNESS ASSEMBLY CLAMPS Large cable squeezed in by clamp; small
metal cables twisted.

When you're installing the harness if the clamp binds the large cable or
assembly like it says in para 18a(24) of the two small ones get twisted the
TM 9-1055-217-20 (Apr 64), do an quick-disconnects won't let go and the
A-1 job. The clamp acts like a cable pod'll hang from the large cable.
guide and helps support the large
rubber-coated cable that contains the _OVERSIZE LAMP SMALL
rocket firing circuits. The two metal .. METAL
cables are part of a quick-disconnect ABLES
deal. Now, when the explosive bolts '
blow, the pod's supposed to fall away I (r
from the Huey and put tension on the
two small cables. This tension should
make the disconnects open and this in -
turn lets the electrical circuits loose
from the aircraft. However, if you put (ABLE CONIAINS QUICK DISCONNET
the clamp and cables on wrong like FIRING CIRCUITS SOCKI







EXPLOSIVE BOLTS Loose, threads damaged; lead wires frayed.


'LOSIVE BOLTS A
SHORTING CAPS -'

PIN THIS TO %0 Q BSONNCT: ALANS
Mq SuRE T $E SI.ORTING CADS ARE
ON WHEN SOu'RE INSTALLNG OR
ADJUSTING THE LAUNCHED.


The caps only come off after all the
tubes've been loaded just before
take-off. When you attach the four con-
pectors to the squibs, heads-up on get-
ting the right connector markings for
the top and bottom bolt.


LOOK FOR LEAKS--


Here's a hunt every guy in the outfit should be in on every minute. Watch out
for fuel spillage and gas line leaks before every firing flight. Check the filler
caps for tight seal, too. If gas fumes get to acting up near a live rocket, you could
get an explosion before or after take-off. _- '


Safety is PM, too, so spread the word and keep o sharp look out for these boo-boos: Guys standing
in front of or behind o launcher being loaded. A Huey with its rockets facing other aircraft or
work areas or ammo dump ... If those rockets decide to go off by accident, holy smokes!







LAUNCHER PODS AND TUBES--Nuts, screws loose on crank-and-crossbeam and
adapter assemblies; cables and wiring frayed, kinked; module pin attachment wires
loose, broken; tubes dirty, dented; firing pin dirty; launcher-latch retaining groove
and contact disc dirty, greasy; switch box assembly damaged, out of commission.


NO FOOT STEP! KEEP YOUR
FEET OFF
Dry cloth only on ,ables
and wiring.


(lean tube with warm soapy I
water no point thinner or
mineral spirits ihen dry Use
vour XM3 Bore Brush I


Don I over .tghien module
or bend module attach-
mnl pins


f' Use bore cIraner on ring pin
and similor parts (use Varnish
Brush, FN 8020-265 6505)
T"lc-ii ?c


MIEE







Having trouble with burned-out
switch boxes? No sweat. Here's the
big news: From now on when the
switch box gives out, you don't have to
turn in the entire module. You can
replace the box with Module Igniter
Box, Rocket Launcher (FSN 1055-903-
0426). To replace the old one, just take
the cap off, put in a new set of "guts"
and put the cap back on. Easy how you
handle those delicate parts, though.

THE NEW BOX WILL SHOW UP IN YOUR /
-12P TM ONE OF THESE DAYS.


- F,


GROUNDING -


SSTATIC ELECTRICITV COULD SET OFF VOUp ROCKETS
SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF A LOADING OPERATION IF VOU
SDONT FOLLOW A FEW-BUT VERY IMPORTANT-RULE5:


I 1. ALWAYS HAVE ALL FIRING CIRCUITS OPEN.
2. GROUND THE SHIP TO A GOOD EARTH GROUND.
3. DON'T REMOVE THE FIN PROTECTORS TILL THE SECOND AFTER YOU SHOVE
THE ROCKET IN THE TUBE. THESE FIN PROTECTORS CONTAIN A SPRING THAT
SERVES TO SHORT-CIRCUIT THE IGNITER LEADS.

SHEAR PINS -Missing, wrong type, not bent.


You heard the one about "for nant
of a nail. etc." \\ell, here's a s iich.
Because of a nail mans a rocket s got
hung up in the launcher till after n
vent off. \Yup. guys'\e been kno" n to
use nails instead of aluminum shear pin
aire (FSN 1055-994-i-892-82- 32 1ji
This authorized ire's made to break
at 100 Ibs pressure. A nail or an) other
wire that's got more than 100-lb
strength is dangerous to use. So suck
to the authorized type every time. And,
no matter what anybody tells you, don't
let a loaded Huey get away without a
shear pin in the detent rod on each


launcher tube and make sure the
wire's bent to hold it in place when
vibration sets in. The pins ought to be
about an inch long, by the way.







ROCKETS Dirty, greasy, wet; not scarffed; fins, motor tube or fuze damaged; gap
between warhead and motor tube; head closure and nozzle fin assembly and lock
wire protruding from rocket motor tube.







Make like a snake handler with these babies, whether you're taking 'em out
of the shipping cannister, toting 'emf on a Mule or loading or unloading your
launcher. Rough handling causes more erratic rounds than anything else ..
mostly because it busts the motors or bends the fins. A busted motor causes
uneven burning so the rocket could blow up anytime. Fouled-up fins make a
rocket go weaving through the sky like a bat on a binge, climbing and dropping
-maybe dropping on vour ow, buddies out there ..

~2cJ 4OKAy...WH0
LET THAT ROCKET
WIT1 TH' FOULED-LIP


C>-


A kind thought for these canisters pays off too. If
they get bent, the rockets in 'em get bent, too. You n-ighr
check their covers once in a while to see that they're
lubed and the coil and spring's OK and the padding's
in place. A healthy cannister is the safest place to keep
rockets till you need 'em.
You'd just better protect 'em when the mercury's below -65 degrees or above
150. Otherwise, the rocket propellant won't work the way it should. You could
get a short round and a cold rocket landing on a buddy ... or an explosion from
a hot rocket in the tube.
It'd pay, too, to protect those rockets from the weather
with a tarp when you're stacking or moving 'em.
Incidentally, if you're in action over there, don't make
the mistake of "borrowing" folding fin rockets from a
buddy in the Navy. The Navy type's not scarffed and is
made for use in fast-flying fixed-wing aircraft not
for a chopper. Guys've been hurt this way. So, stick to
the right brand FSN 1340-892-4802-H491, and the BE SURE
ones authorized on page 45 of your -20 TM. THEY'RE SCARFFED
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WARHEAD ASSEMBLY-
You want to watch it real close if you get one of those motors with a rubber
gasket ring under the lip of the head shipping support and a fiber shim between
the head shipping support and the head closure.





Otherwise, they're likely to swell up and cause the warhead to work loose
in flight. This is a switch on the old system, so heads up, eh?
ROCKET LOADING- Here's the trick to it: Listen for two distinct clicks.

The first'll come when you The second'l be there after After you hear the second
push the rocket all the way you grab hold of he two fins cick, you can flip the ignier
into the tube. (not the fin retainer, mind on for contact.
you') and pull the rocket back
Lwiz slightly








But, if you don't hear that second click you'll know rhe rocket's not seated right
- and won't go off when it's supposed to.
MARK VIII SIGHT- Mounting screws loose, lamps busted or. burned out; reflector
plate and upper objective lens dirty; internal fogging.
Warn your buddies to keep their rat- at the target through the reflector. So
finking fingers off the reflector plate here's a new bulb that'll partly correct
and lens fingerprints etch glass and this. Ask for lamp ... FSN 6240-155-
plastic. The reflector plate's made of 8689.
plastic, so be sure you don't use alcohol FINGERS OPP
to clean it. Lens tissue or a clean, lint- GLASS-PLEASE.
less rag's the safest to use.
To get rid of the fogging, follow the
scoop in para 24b(4) of TM 9-1055-
217-20 (Apr 64). A pilot can't hit what
he can't see on this subsystem.
Incidentally, if the Huey's going on
a night mission, the present rheostat
won't allow the bulb to be dimmed
enough so's the pilot can see and aim



















Junk that doesn't belong on the slip
rings can lead to arcing and this
can be a short cut to short circuits the
kind that melts terminals. When this
happens in your CW acq, the tube and
slip assembly go on the bum.


You can't do anything about dean-
ing the slip rings, but you can get the
word to your support unit to do the
job. And it needs to be done between
50 and 75 hours after the slip rings are
put into use ... and then semi-annually
after that.


THIS'LL HOLD 'EM, MAN


Hear tell that loose mounting bolts on
the drive-gear assembly of some Hawk
AN/MPQ-34 radar sets are working
loose and getting people jittery.
Here's how you can keep yours in
place. Get your support people to take
off these bolts (9054224 9054225),
replace 'em with MS-20074-08-10 and
MS-20074-08-11, and then safety wire
'em like it's spelled out in para 20.1 of
TM 9-1430-503-34.
These bolts are listed in TM 9-
1430-503-15P/1 (Jun,65) under FSN
5306-689-5679 and FSN 5306-825-
1315.


SAFETY
/ WIRE THEM


Then have 'em drill a hole in this
nut (AN335-10) and safety wire it to
the gear.
This'll calm things down.
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Here's the picture.
The Hawk AN/MPQ-39 high power
illuminator was being rotated between
-200 and +400 miles in elevation and
between 900 and 3200 mils in azimuth
when the doppler tracking unit locked.
Huh?
Everything was OK while tracking
in all other elevation and azimuth set-
tings. What's the score?
It just so haooens that the linuid


-uuicr caulnet is smacK aaD Delow the
antenna when the antenna is rotated
between -200 and +400 mils in ele-
vation and between 900 and 3200 mils
in azimuth. In the cabinet, as you know,
are a high speed motor and pump that
turn out RF energy.
Now if the ground straps and
the RF shield on the cabinet door and
cabinet aren't grounded right because
they're corroded, the RF energy can
make its way through the antenna. And
that's all it takes to lock the DTU be-


cause the RF energy is within the unit's
frequency range.
So what do you do to make sure you
don't get DTU lock? Don't let corrosion
build up on the ground straps and RF
shields, that's what. And make sure the
cabinet door's tightly shut.
CHECK THE ARROW
Another thing about your HPI .
do you have a "bomb" in the radar set?
That's what the high voltage power
supply could be if its pressure relief
valve is installed the wrong way.
ARROW ON
PRESSURE
RELIEF
VALVE MUST
S. FACE AWAY
FROM TEE.
There's an arrow on the valve and it
wants to be pointing away from the tee
at the base of the power supply. If it's
not, call your support people so's it can
be switched around.
With the valve installed wrong, the
freon coolant could be put under
enough pressure to force something to
give, like maybe the sides of the power
supply.


\\hoa-up here!
You're 'way off base if you
remove or replace any part of
the antenna assembly (PN
9169826) on your Hawk's
AN/MPQ-37 range only radar
set .especially that li'l old
plastic feedhorn seal.
Why? 'Cause if you take off
or replace any part, the an-
tenna's gonna need boresight-
ing-which you're not author-
ized to do. So please, hands off,


OH, NO

YOU DON'T!


huh?
As for the feedhorn seal, if FEEDHORN SEAL l
that gets beat up, don't you
get tempted to replace it, Hear?
Let the guys in direct or gen-
eral support do it.

SA REAL PUNCH
Xi Who'd think that a coolant mixed
with water could give you a liquid that
would get hot at the touch of something
like a match.
But that's just what can happen, tho,
when the OS45 coolant used in your
Hawk AN/MPQ-35 pulse acq radar
meets up with water. The mixture turns
Smilky in color and is ready to turn into
fire when it's tickled by a flame.
'l In other words you want to do
." all you can to keep the coolant and
water from getting together. One big
( \t) help is to make sure the petcocks on the
THAT s auf radar set are open so that spilled cool-
DON'T ACT ant and loose water have a way to get
SKE MILK. out of the cabinet before they have a
chance to mix it up. And sop up with
S 'a rag any coolant and water that don't
i run out the petcocks.


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REPRINTS
Listed here ore older publication tha:
are freshly ayoiloble 00 0 result ol
reprinting. Order copres on DA Form 17.

TECHNICAL MANUALS
TM 1-1H-23-2, Nov 64, Incl Cl thr,
C4, OH-23.
TM 1-42E1-1-2, May 58, Aircraft
Hardwarc.
TM 3-4240-210-20P, Nov 59. Fillet
Unit, gas particlate, M 1 I.
TM 5-1090-200-25P, Jan 62, Wea-
ponsight, Infrared Telescope
(VARO 9903 Pol.n P-155).
TM 5-2805-211-12, Feb 61, Eng, Goas

-M ?)..... o 1; -63. In-
Irenching Moch (Unit Rig 4262).
TM 5-4300-202-ESC, Jun 64, Pump
InM .. 7. 0 .; ,." :, 0:,.


1M ,. 1 i .,0. C EF. J :.,rc

06.: c0 bDf:
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TM S.o l .721 .G 1., -, -en, Dsl
45KW (Stewart-Stevenson 26200).
TM 5-6115-226-20, Jun 60, Gen,
60KW (Szekely Model 501).


1.0 S.Ili .279-0 h, a? Gc...
59' I~z Go CE .AHGrc

FM O.6110.IJR.ISP, 2J. 80 CAe.
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I .00r .0.ec C 151006.

TM inc,. 11S.11 No.0, Go..
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C.1 I s o ': -, E0 !
TM 5. 33:605.150 I2n.


.M 9.--),1 105.01 2 a W,
IH 190 Fl no.1.. 0o.11 .0
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10 0.lOCL.11.SC/l 1I CM.,.


IM 9-1100 2: 1 -20P. NQ mi Ci
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TM 9.1400-21551210. 63 .
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TM q.tR..45T e 61. r.

TM 0.430.216l0I3~l I~r 61 0., CI
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IrM 9 10 3ij i.1P.! I De ,- e ir,.

1M 9.3,.jO.703-ESC, Jun 64, M44-

IM .0)11l0 71 .10, Sep 62, M60-

IM 10 i l .ESC Jun 64, Pump. Cent,
'-n. D p'-s ~' Port, Cap 225 GPM,

IM 1.-3400. 203ESC, Nov 64, Trk
i F. o..r Terrain 10.000 ib
,, .. I.t ,c, .00, Army MHE 165;
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IM I1.26' M: 51, Rodio Sels
Ar. .
IM 1. sd70 202-20, Dec 58. Rodio

IM I l.62' ?.-l10, Sep 61. Radio

rM i.-AGJ 1 64. Fundamentals.


Mi.CiLLANEOUS
0 1 dt0i?0i.l5, Aug 60, Scraper,
%;- IC., right CWT-18-M).
LO 9.1 1030.00, Nov 64. Inci Ct-4,
Ir 0 i-. r, keHerc Rodar Course

IB AhN 2Si.' iep 63, Eng Vibration

16 AVN 2.l13 May 60, Torque on

TB 011 Ldl i.i 57, Cal .30 Brown-

lt TC 15.11 58, Life Preservers.


STRETCH YOUR 2765-1 FORMS








I Hase You Heard.

future prinig of DA Form 2765-1, "Rquesc for Issue and Turn-in" will

consist of a four part form, instead of a hlree part form. This n ill help you

supply guys who have had to make an addiJonal cop\ for various uses.

Here's a helpful hint. When your supply support actri iry needs four copies

of the DA Form 2765-1 now, you may have to make up )our cln n our-part

form by adding an extra copy to the present form.

All you do is pull the first carbon and the ti-suC copy from a fresh DA

Form 2"6s-1, slip them into the form \.uo're going to use, and staple 'em.

Thnt's all.

There's no change in the procedures, or ani thing else. .A11 sou do is fill out

four copies, instead of three, for each request and foray ard the copies to support

as usual. Just be sure to press hard if you'ree using a ball-point pen. so all the

copies n ill be easy to read.








PPIVATE NITPIK, THE
OL' MAN VANJTS ,IOU
TO FILL OUT THE
-PUS REQUEST FORM
hFO HIS cIOPII


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YOU SEE, THE MAN AT THE END OF
THE LINE OFTEN DOES NOT GET
ENOUGH OF THE PUBS HE NEEDS...
FOR OPERATING AND MAINTAINING
FIGHTING EQUIPMENT.


SOMETIMES IT'S HEy
THE USER'S FAULT! WHERE"
SOMETIMES IT'S VORE
SOMEBODY UP LAIGS
THE LINE 7?











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II


THEOT ADMINISTRATIVE
PUBS COMING' OUT THEIR
EARS-BUT ONLY ONE
DOG-EARED TM FOIZ
A BATCH OF PERSONNEL
CARRIERS WITH DRIVERS
AND MECHANICS TRYING
TO KEEP 'EM COMBAT
READy.






















rON FORMULA DISTRIBUTION, IF
KEPT AN EVE ON THE WEEKLy DI
CENTER BULLETIN- THEY COULD A
OR DIVISION PUBS PEOPLE OF THE
OR EXTRA NEEDS!! VOU HAVE
TTHIS E BULLETIN FROM VC
r-i- ._.. SECTION. w


rHERE, LET ME SHOW
YOU THE LATEST
PIN-UP ON
L PUB DISTRIBUTIONI1


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HERE'S HOW THE PUBLICATIONS
SYSTEMS WORK FOR YOU!!







,"ST
OSSB^F


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IF YOU WANT TO DISPLAY THIS CENTERPIECE ON YOUR BULLETIN BOARD, OPEN STAPLES, LIFT IT OUT AND PIN IT UP.





















FOR TEC NIICL puuBs
USE FORMS 2 -2 '-3, .
I2-52, 4-3,. 12-34,
2-3S. 2-.T6
ALSO THE
AND SEND NEW 12-37
THESE TO FOR 'TRACKED
ST. L0UI5 f VEHICLES, 12-38
FOR WHEELED
AND 12-39 FOR
TRAILERS. /


/KEEP IN MIND ON FIGURING
VOUR PINPOINT REQUIREMENTS
THAT EACH MAJOR ITEM OF
EQUIPMENT SHOULD HAVE AT
LEAST ONE COPY OF THE
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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...AND FINALLY-
IF YOU ARE AT A
HEADQUARTERS
LIKE BATTALION. OR
DIVISION, VOU MUST
ORDER ENOUGH
SO ALL THE
STAFF SECTIONS
W WILL GET
ENOUGH.


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..UNITS SHOULD HAVE THEIR
OWN ACCOUNTS WITH THE PUB
CENTERS- SAVES WORK OF
CONSOLIDATING REQUESTS 1
...SAVES DISTRIBUTION
HEADACHES WHEN PUBS
ARE RECEIVED.


IN THAT WAY WE COULD CATCH THEM
ON THEIR WAY FROM UNIT-THRU-
BATTALION-TO PUB CENTER ...AT
THAT TIME WE COULD MAKE SURE
THEY'RE ORDERING ENOUGH OF THE
L RIGHT PUBLICATIONS! _







GROUND SHORT TIME BRAKES
MOBILITY

A big surprise may be waiting for you if you use your M62, M246 or M543
5-ton wrecker's electric brake-lock while you go off up a mountainside picking
wildflowers. When you get back the wrecker's liable to be gone down the
mountain.
BRAKE-LOCK NOT
FOR ORDINARY
PARKING
USED ONLY
WTWHEN
OPERATINGG
(RAtNE.

WHETHER YOU HIT THE BUTTON FIRST OR THE BRAKE PEDAL FIRST-JUST MAKE
SURE THE BUTTON'S HELD IN WHEN THE PEDAL IS PUSHED DOWN -THEN RELEASE
THE BRAKE PEDAL BEFORE YOU RELEASE THE BUTTON.
That brake-lock is meant to be used only when you're operating the crane.
It goes into action when you press down on the brake pedal and then push in
the lock button. The brake-lock valve kicks into the closed position, keeping
hydraulic pressure on the brakes. Then, to release it, you just hit the brake pedal.
But you're asking for trouble if you use the brake-lock for ordinary parking.
You may be gone longer than you think, and all the time that pressure is on
your brake system. The hydraulic fluid may leak back or finally ram through the
weakest spot in the brake system. Then no brakes!
Your brake-lock uses current only at that moment when you punch the button.

BOWS FOR 5-TONNERS

-- There's a new vehicular top bow for
SNEW BOW 'rt on G-i.-series cargo truck,. FSN
-FSN 2540 293 .4f73 25-i0 293- 0 fits all models, replac-
REPIA(ES ing FSN 2510-505-6733 listed in TM
FSN 2510 505 6733 9.2320-211-20P IMar 63i.
It's "---9/16 inches long longer
than trh old one.
Ten ho"s go on the M55 and
MSi STILL M55A2, but other models take only six.
USES BOW M I dump trucks with troop .iats
fSN 2540-860-0519 .
FSN 2540-860-0519 still use Bok. FsN 25-iU-860-0519.
li, rd in the -20P.
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UGH!
JOINTS BALL JOINT -NO PLAY!









TrE NEE!
PRINCESS
'USALL JOINT,'
-mATIS ME.

Dancers, acrobats and contortionists like loose joints, but your M151 1/4-ton
truck doesn't.
Ball joints in your vehicle's front suspension system carry the weight of the
vehicle. When your vehicle is sitting' with its full weight on the wheels, there's
no play in those ball joints at least, there's not supposed to be. *

"HOLD 'SA, NEWTr
YEAH, IT DOES SAY
SOMETHING ABOUT YB-IN \
ALLOWABLE PLAY IN THE BALL
JOINT INiTM9-2320-218-20
(APR 6s), BUT THAT'S ONLY 1
WHEN THE VEHICLE'S WEIGHT
15 OFF THE WHEEL.

And another thing that allowable play doesn't mean sloppy loose. It's just
the difference between two measurements of the ball joint first with the
vehicle's weight on the wheel and then with the weight off the wheel.
Hold 'er again, Newt! You won't
get a true picture if you lift the wheel
off the ground, either, 'cause you'll have
the weight of the wheel on the ball
joint losing up the deal. THEN WITH
Like it says in your -20 TM, para WEIGHT OFF
141, if you get more than 1/8-in differ- WHEEL (BUT
ence in the two measurements, it's time WITH WHEEL
to replace the lower ball joint. -- STILL ON GROUND)
That little bit of allowable play just when the vehicle's weight is off the
wheel is in the lower ball joint. This's because the wheel weight is on the
upper joint and, besides, the upper joint is spring loaded. There's no pressure
on the lower ball joint, so it will give a little.
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UG LOOSE YOKE


Dear Half-Mast,
Should the front and rear differential U-joint yoke (FSN 2520-745-7745)
on our M151 1/4-ton truck be loose when the yoke bolt is tight? Will a loose
yoke cause any U-joint damage? SP5 F.A.D.
Dear Specialist F.A.D.,
The yoke should fit tight on the
spline. If it doesn't then it's more'n
likely due to a loose plug inside the
yoke. The wobble caused by a loose
yoke will wear the U-joint real fast.
So if the bolt is tight but the
plug is loose then you need a new yoke
I (flange) assembly.









So normally yow- M I 1/4-con
NO SWLAT /WNEGAE T7
IT'S JUST rH'
TIMING GEAR
MESkING.
HEAR IT NOW...
SOUNDS AWFUL,


So normally your 11I51 1/4-Eon
truck engine hums away like a btusy
bee on a summer das. But when it's
idling you hear an unusual noise emit-
ring from 'er innards. Sounds like she's -
grindin' some gears. No sweat! The
sound you hear comes from its timing -
gear meshing. Forger it! The noise TERRIBLE.
won't affect either the life or the func-
tion of the engine.






PINTLE LUBE FITTING


SDear Half-Mast, I
Where does it go?
The item In question is the pintle
lube fitting on our 2-1/2-ton 0742
series trucks. Some of our Reo's have
the pintle attached as shown on page
115 in TM 9-2320-209-20P (Apr 59).
This puts the pintle's lube fitting be-
hind the frame where a grease gun
can't reach.
Other trucks have the lube fitting
on the outer side of the frame. Lubing
this one is no problem.
Can we change all the fittings to
the outside position?
_. .SP5 D.RDJ

Dear Specialist D.R.D.,
SYes. The -20P showing the lube
fitting behind the vehicle frame has
been superseded. Page 161 in the new
-20P dated January 1965, shows that
the fitting goes on the outer bracket.
Every G742 series truck should have
its pintle lube fitting on the bottom of
the outside bracket. Just like the new
opecaor's manual TM 9-2320-209-10
(Feb 65) shows on page 163.


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DO I Q'REe
LiUE TW NEE%\
I7AD sAV


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LET 'EM DRAIN


USE DRAIN-EX
Dear Half-Mast, USE DRAN-EX
Some 2-1/2-ton trucks have their flywheel
housing drain plug in and some have 'em out.
What is the guide-line on this? All TM's do not j
spell it out.
Sgt D.H.M.
Dear Sergeant D.H.M.,
The general guide-line is covered in TB 9-
2300-250-20 (Aug 61). This directive wants all DRAINS SINUS CAVITIES
tactical wheeled vehicles, except those equipped FAST, FAST, FAST
with automatic transmissions, to leave their
plugs out.
This is done to keep the engine and trans-
mission lubes that seep into the flywheel housing
from piling up and causing the clutch to slip
or fail.
The hydramatic trucks do not have a clutch
so they're not affected. Their plug stays put and HEY! DID We TAKE
THE PLUG OUT OF
is only removed when the housing needs drain- THE FLYWHEEL
ing--like after fording. HO/UING

TM'S FOR TRUCKS... NEW FOR G742


D TAD Y_._


Y'gotta look sharp, now, to keep tabs on what you need and don't need for
your 2-ton G742-series truck and this goes for the M35A1 and other multi-
fuel jobs, too.
Now that you've got with TM 9-2320-209-10 (Feb 65). Nou drivers can
ignore TM 9-2320-235-10 (Dec 61) and also the operator's section in TM 9-
8022 (Dec 54). Dead now, too, is the stuffinTB9.2320-209-12/1 (Jan 591 hat
applied to operators. TM 9-2320-209-20 (Apr 65) is now the neu bible for organi-
zational mechanics (his kills off the TM 9-8022 and TB completely. But hang
onto iour cops of the old TM; it has some good background info that wasn't
picked up in the new TM.
And there's a new parts manual on the G742-series for organizational main-
tenance TM 9-2320-209-20P (Jan 65). This does an ay with TM 9-2320-209-
20P (Apr 59) and TM 9-2320-235-20P (Jan 62).





THE RUBBER SQUAD...


Battles aren't won with vehicles
alone but a lot of battles couldn't
be won without 'em. The day of all
push buttons and robots isn't here yet
and when the day does come, a lot
of those robots will run on wheels.
So, for a long time to come you and
your vehicle carry a big responsibility.
Without you and your truck, a lot
of guys won't get where they're sup-
posed to go or won't get the supplies
and other stuff they need when they get
there.
You're responsible for a real organi-
zation when you're gripping the steer-
ing wheel of that tactical wheeled ve-
hicle. That vehicle is a whole lot of
parts "organized" to do a certain job.
And your "organization" depends on
a real hot-shot squad to do its mission.
That's the "tire squad." Without those
tires, your vehicle isn't going anyplace
- at least, not very far or very fast.
So you're the "squad leader" for
those all-important tires. Your "squad"
may be made up of anywhere from five
(including the spare) to 11 tires, de-
pending on whether you've got a 14-
ton truck or a 6 x 6 tandem dual job.


GAGING YOUR STRENGTH


you wha air prsur' nede an
thsl be difrn accdn t' whte






LONG % VALVE CAPS VALUABLE *

You can't check the tire
pressure without taking the If it's a dual-wheeled job you
valve cap off-and there going' over, see if the valves
positioned right. The "right wa
should be a valve cap to take protects the valves and mak
off. Without a protective them easy to get at include
cover, the valve can be in the dark so position 'em o
loused up by water, dirt and posite each other.
tiny stones.


SCREWDRIVER
TYPE

re [INSIDE VALVE POINTS OUT
are

es
in'
up-
OUTSIDE VALVE POINTS IN


A little dab o' spit'll do it-if you want to check for a leaky valve when
your tire's mounted on the vehicle so you can't dunk it in a tub o'water. Dab
it on the valve stem opening and watch for bubbles. If you've got a leak, maybe
the valve core only needs tightening or maybe some dirt's got down in there
and is holding the valve open ... or, most likely, you need a new valve core or
need to "chase" the threads___ oE PL.EASE
A % ALE tooL. ... INNER ... ... AND OUTER... PiN.se *noT 3NL'Y.
% LL FI SrO*EADS... SO VALVE WILL SO CAP GOES
SEAT RIGHT. ON SNUG.






MATCHED TEAM
Any farm boy knows a team o' horses should be pretty nearly the same size
to get the best results. It's just that simple with tires they operate as teams, too.
Properly rotated tires will remain a well-matched team, and you'll get the
most out of each tire Here's a guide for rotation of the positions:



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ATCCH YOUR AMEASURMENTS CLOSELy
ESPtCIALLV ON DUAL-WkEEL TIRES.


) WHEN TO RECAP
Tires can show plenty signs o' wear and still be good for many more miles
before recapping. Keep 'em rollin' right up to the time for recapping but not
a minute longer. Once the cord shows through, that tire's had it it's junk.


i !
When the tread design is
worn off evenly in the
center, and has a wide
smooth surface, take it
off because it's ready to
be recapped.


A narrow or medium
smooth surface is not
worn enough to get it
recapped. There's still
plenty of tread design in
the center enough to
give more miles of run-
ning.


MECHANIC TO THE RESCUE
As an operator, you may be only an assistant when it comes to mechanical
adjustments, but, as "tire squad" leader, you're the guy-in-the-know when it
comes to spottin' the need for mechanical adjustments to keep your "squad" in









*DIG TWAT V, k, IS 1JM- -
POSITIVE I TOCE-I'S NOT
CAMBER. BD., eiTIE.RIE
's -
Did you know that a-wheel one-half inch out of alinement causes the tire-
to drag 87 feet in every mile?
You'll leave a trail o' wasted rubber behind you, too, if your vehicle's got
such aches and pains as wrong turning alinement, sprung axle, faulty wheel
bearings or troubles in the brake drum, wheel or spring.
What's your clutch got to do with your tires? Well, if your clutch is the
grabby kind, it starts you off with a jump one of the quickest ways to burn
some of the rubber off your tires.
LOOK 'EM OVER
So your tires all look ready 'n' willing huh? From a distance, that is but
how about close up?

Bulges in casing


S Nails or other sharp ob- Stones wedged between
jets imbedded in tread? the duals?
DRIVER-IN-THE-LOOKING-GLASS
Now you've given the eagle-eye to every member of your "squad" but
one. That's you the leader (also known as "equipment operator").


















THE HIGHWAY? ROUGH ROADS WITHOUT MOTION?

NOW, WHEN IT COMES TO MOUNTING...
There's no need to lose your head which you can do if you're not careful
- when mounting tires on rims with locking rings. Stick to the directions, as
given in TM 9-1870-1 (beginning on page 63 for these rims), and the rings
shouldn't give you any trouble.

... IF NOT INFLATE WITH RIMS
I INFLATE AWAY FROM BODY


... OR USE A SAFETY CHAIN...


L I | ^iJYi~flJL I
Play it safe, too, by making sure you've got the right rings for the rims.
And steer clear of rings that're damaged or badly rusted so they don't fit snug
- and stay snug.
Get all the air out before you start taking the tire off the rim. And when
you're assembling the tire, rim and ring, put in only about 5 pounds of air -
or just enough to shape and seat the tire. If you have to tap the ring into place,
you don't want a lot of pressure behind it in case it pops out.
Plain bar soap rubbed on the tire bead will make the tire and rim go together
easier. Oil and grease are out they'll ruin the rubber.



















Translated it means Know-How Plus Tools equals Preventive Maintenance.
You say you have the know-how but may be missing some of the tools.
If it's the No. 1 Common Organizational Maintenance Tool Kit, FSN 4910-
754-0654, you need to check, here's your guide.
Remember, a difference in the manufacturer may make a difference in the
way a tool looks but not the way it works.
You get one each of the tools unless noted.
You'll find these tools in SM 9-4-4910-A88 (Feb 63) and its three changes.
No need to look for the air compressor, FSN 4310-752-9633; it now has its
own Line Item Number in your outfit's TOE.

NO. 1 COMMON
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE TOOL KIT
FSN 4910-754-0654


ADAPTER, SOCKET WRENCH: 3/4 in. male sq- .
end 1/2 in. femalesq-end.


[ S 52-4450 I


ADJUSTING TOOL, BRAKE SHOE: dble blade
ends, offset, 1/2 in. w x 8 in. Ig overall.


I


BATTERY FILLER, GRAVITY! jug type w/pitcher
type hdl, natural or syn-ru cntr, 4 qt plus 2 pt
Sor minus I pt, 18 in Ig x 1/4 in. dia hose,
8 in. Igx 8 in. w x 12 in.


I


I


ADJUSTING TOOl, VALVE TAPPET: replaceable
wrench socket type, 1/2 in. sq-drive, 1/2 in.,
9/16 in., & 5/8 in. size sockets.





BAR, GREASE: 28 in. to 30 in. Ig overall.



BAR, WRECKING- 3/4 in. dia stk, 30 in. Ig
overall.
I ;0_7


I


BATTERY FILLER, SYRINGE: 6 fluid oz ru bulb
type rigid bent nozzle, 10-3/4 in. Ig overall.





BLADE, HAND HACKSAW: HSS, all hard-type
24 teeth per in., 0.025 in. thk. 10 in. Ig.


lff^^^Q^ :I


BLOWTORCH, GASO-
UNE: pump generating
pressure type, 1 qt cap.
rd tank.


B^I^I",I, ,


BRUSH, ACID SWABBING: rd twisted-inwire
bristle, 2-7/8 in. Ig & 7/16 in. dia brush,
8-1/4 in. Ig o/a.


6 in set

BRUSH, PAINT: oval, syn fil, w/chisel edge,
1-7/16 in. w x 1-1/16 in. thk, 2-7/8 in
exposed Ig.


2 in set


BRUSH, STENCIL Ig hdl. 13/16 in. dia of
bristles at ferrule, 9-1/2 in. Ig overall.


I 72 8


BRUSH, WIRE, SCRATCH: S wire, curved hdl,
rocker rect lace, 1.1/8 in. to 1-1/4 In. Ig
clear of block, 4 rows w, 18 lows Ig, 6 in. to
6-1/4 in. Ig brush part, 14 in. Ig overall.



4 in set

| MORE


F _FS 800-27-657





CABINET. SPARE
PARTS: vehicle repair
parts and tools S body
w/wdn top, w/ll
drawers, 35-1/2 in. h
25 in w ) 27 in. deep
overall.

CABLE ASSEMBLY. SPECIAL PURPOSE. ELEC.
TRICAL: 2 cond stranded no I AWG, ru ins,
ru jacket, 20 ft Ig overall, 18 ft 10 in. Ig
excl terminations, 7/8 in. 1-1/2 in. cross
sec. 2 plug type term fittings


CAPS, VISE JAW: br lace, 4 in w jaw.



4&i


COUPLING HALF, QUICK DISCONNECT: sight
flow, S body. male push pull quick disconnect
end, unthreaded male fluid connection end,
9/16 in. across flats of wrenching surface.


mglarxlgik


3 in set I


COUPLING HALF, SELF-
SEALING: S. sight flow,
1/4 18NPT. swv type.
3 in set
CRIMPING TOOL. TERMINAL, HAND: manual
compression, No. 22 thru 10 AWG wire size






CROWBAR: 1-1/4 in. stk dia, 59 to 62 in.
Ig overall., T or close


CUTTER, TUBE: for close flare cutoff, in-


CARRIER, STORAGE BATTERY, HAND: strap closed feed mech type, w/deburrmng tool,
type, for Ig batteries. 1/8 in. to 1-1/8 in od tu cutting range.



DEMOUNTER, PNEUMATIC TIRE: 7.00 x 16 to
14.00 x 24 automotive tire size manually
,driven, pressure supplied to working mech
CLAMP, WHEEL CYLINDER. HYDRAULIC BRAKE: by screw shaft.
2.5/8 in. to 4-7/8 in cyl cap, sliding arm
type, S clamp, 4 clamps per set


lluII2 in set


I


1 jj15


I FSN 910-63-936 1[





DISPENSING PUMP, HAND DRIVEN: For gaso-
line or kerosene, continuous flow type, pump
hd body flange mid for 1-1/2 in. or 2 in
bung opng, discharge fitting 3/4 in. thd
nozzle hose, 8 It Ig overall. 42 in. Ig nonadj
intake pipe, 12 gal per 100 revolutions.


I


DRESSER, CONTACT POINT: w/sq-ends, 3/8
in. w x 0.025 in. Ihk x 41/4 in. Ig overall.


S12 in set
DRILL, BREAST: 0 to 1/2 in. cap. range. 2
speeds w/side hdl & spirit level.


DISPENSING PUMP, HAND DRIVEN: piston
self-measuring type, tigd mig pump hd body,
1-1/2 in. & 2 in. bung opngs. 1/2 in. thd
nozzle discharge fitting, adj intake pipe,
I qt per stroke.




DRESSER, ABRASIVE WHEEL, HAND: revolving
cutter wheel type, 1-1/4 in. dia cutter.
w/the following replaceable components:




CUTTERS, ABRASIVE WHEEL DRESSER:


EEE I I


DRILL SET, TWIST: HSS stghl rd shk, frac.
tional series rh w/case c/o I ea of the
following-


I


FSN 5133 227-9646 1/16
FSN 5133-227-9647 5/64
FSN 5133 227-9648 3/32
FSN 5133 227-9649 7/64
FSN 5133 227 9650 1/8
FSN 5133-227 9651 9/64
FSN 5133-227-9652 5/32
FSN 5133 227.9653 11/64
FSN 5133 227.9654 3/16
FSN 5133-243-9612 13/64
FSN 5133 227 9656 7/3?
FSN 5133 243 9611 15/64
FSN 5133 227 9658 1/4
FSN 5133 227 9659 17/64
FSN 5133 227-9660 9/32
FSN 5133 240-843 19/64
FSN 5133-227-9662 5/16
FSN 5133 243 9613 21/64
FSN 5133-227-9664 11/32
FSN 5133 227 9665 23/'64
FSN 5133 227 9666 3/8
fSN 5133-2279667 25/64
FSN 5131-227 9668 13/32
FSN 5133-227 9669 27/64
FSN 5133.227-9670 7/16
FSN 51339227 9671 29/64
FSN 5133 227-9673 15/32
FSN 5133-227-9674 31/64
FSN 5133-2279672 1/2


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I



I


7/8 1.7/8
1 2
1 1/4 2-1/4
1-1/2 25/8
1.5/8 2-3/4
1-3/4 2-7/8
2 3-1/8
2-1/8 3-1/4
25/16 3 1/2
2.7/16 35/8
2.1/2 3.3/4
2-5/8 37/8
2-3/4 4
2-7/8 4-1/8
2-15/16 4-1/4
3.1/16 4.3/8
33/16 4-1/2
35/16 4.5/8
37/16 43/4
3 1/2 4.7/8
35/8 5
3.3/4 51/8
317/8 51/4
3 15/16 53/8
4.1/16 5 1/2
4 3/16 5-5/8
4-5/16 53/4
4-3/8 5.7/8
4-1/2 6

WHmor>






EXTRACTOR SET, SCREW: taper type, spiral
fluted drill style carb tool S, c/o 1 ea of
the followed:


FSN 5
FSN 5
FSN 5
FSN 5
FSN5
FSN 5
FSN5
FSN 5
FSN 5


FILE,
tiu 11


FILE, HAND: American part, rd type, 1/2 in.
dia of largest sec, dble-cut bastard face, 12
in. le heel to ot


FILE, HAND: American patt. fl type, dble-cut
bastard faces, sgle-cut bastard edges, 12 in.
heel to pt.

Sl nIT[ [ I J
FILE, HAND: American patt, half-rd type, dble.
cut bastard faces, 10 in. heel to pt.



FILE, HAND: American part half-rd type, sin-
cut, fl side dble-cut, back side sgle or dble-
cut. 8 In. heel to pt.

IM ,
FILE, HAND: American patt, mill type, sgle-
cut sm faces, sgle-cut sm edges, 12 in.
heel to pt.


FLARING TOOL TUBE, HAND: swv cone,
hinged dies type, for 1/8 in., 3/16 in.,
1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 In., 7/16 in., 1/2 in.,
5/8 in., and 3/4 in. tu, 90 deg incl angle
of flare produced, w/4 swedging adapter for
3/16 in., 1/4 in., 3/8 in., 1/2 in., 5/8 in.,
and 3/4 in. tu.







FRAME, HAND HACKSAW: adj open pistol
grip hdl, 3 in. to 3-7/8 in. depth of throat,
10 in. and 12 in. Ig blades.





75 l i, A LES HAND,
FSN 5iO-259-
-556. PRONTO1,


I


I


I


I


^ ^ yin. Ig heel to pt i
I FILE, THREAD RESTORER:II, 12, 13, 14, 16,
"cre. siJe in 18, 20, & 24 TPI.
120-240-5223 .. 0.164 to 0.190
120.580-2359 1/4 o 5/16
120-240-5221 5/16 to 7/16
120-240-5222. 7/16 to9/16
120-240-5219.. .... 1/2 to 5/8 FISHING TOOL PNEUMATIC TIRE VALVE:
120-240-5220 .... 3/4 to 1 w/valve core for tire inflation.
120-240-5217 ... I to 13/8 l n
120-242-1118 .. 1-3/8to1-3/4
120-240-5215 1-3/4 to 2.1/8
HAND: American pant, 3 sq type. dble- l_'_i
prc.it uc roC e in heel tn nt


I S 11-0 -44






FUNNEL: Steel, glvd fin., I qt cap., 8 in. Ig
flex, to spout w/removable strainer.




'I
FUNNEL Steel, zinc coated, 2 qt cap., 2-7/16
in. stght rigid spout w/o strainer.


GAGE, DEPTH, TIRE TREAD: 1/32 in. spiral
grad, I in. depth, 3 in. tread contact DI./


GAGE, TIRE PRESSURE, SELF-CONTAINED: in
closed self-contained ctg indicator, operated
by a separate lever, w/deflating position
10 lb to 120 Ib range. 2 Ib smallest grad div
10 Ib to 40 lb.dual ft chuck including the lol-
lowing replaceable components: See Belrow*i




CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT, TIRE GAGE, GAGE
UNIT:
I,] ,'I
CARTRIDGE, REPLACEMENT, TIRE GAGE, VALVE
UNIT:
i ^ :


GAGE, TIRE PRESSURE, SELF-CONTAINED: for
general testing, used to check air inflated
tires, calibrated 10 to 160 Ib, calibrated in
1 Ib div from 10 to 60 Ib and 5 Ib div from
60 to 160 Ib, stem calibrated on 2 sides.
dual ft chuck 30 deg mid angle, 6 in. sight
extn, 121/2 in. Ig overall, w/hang-up ring.
( See Below.**)




GAGE, TWIST DRILL: fractional series 1/16
in. to 1/2 in. incl by 64th in. 61/4 in Ig
x 2.3/8 in.


M


GAGE, WHEEL ALIGNMENT: toe in and toe-
out type, ppdl mid and spg hook mtd, using
wheel felloe as ref pl. w/level vials





GAGE STOCK SET. THICKNESS: 11 blades 12
in. Ig x 1/2 in w. thk 0.0015 in., 0.002 in.,
0003 in. 0.004 in, 0.005 in.. 0006 in..
0007 in. 0.008 In, 0010 in. 0012 in, &
0015 in






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*U1.. thi. we, i.~,. (I ?Iv :.r2 ;-.4) ,-,,t it'. nf,rig. r e--,.,, mic...I r.pairabl.. Will be replaced
hr IN1aiw Gae, Pufrs,,aii T-,r FSN 4911ii 27.1 2 SSe. P's,
** Tht ,ilt.. m ,f jddhit ...i gt is umowc,:rd raio ., orn. pier grwq- r4 .ig1-b wheeled vehi-
cli,, uI~udar ,rarhrr. a ,ig ,. r Jra.t;,.ru. .jiit-d,fte, 1k,r..,. a, iiwuil.,,rid Sb )r TOE.
S.3 AF >






GOGGLES. INDUSTRIAL: plastic, w/eye cups
ventilated adi nose bridge, 1 lens ea aper.
ture, clear glass lens, not polarize rd,r
hardened 50mm dia headband supported, to
be worn over personal spectacles, w/o carry-
ing case


GRINDING MACHINE, BENCH.
HAND OPERATED: hvduty
utility type, 6 in. dia A
1-1/4 in thk wheel


I



I


HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH: hinged type, 1/2
in drive end, 12 15/16 n. Ig overall.



HOLDING TOOL, VALVE, TIRE REPAIR:



HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER: air, sm bore,
natural or syn ru inner conveying surface,
2 cot-brd, black molded ru cover, 1/4 in. id,
21/32 in od. 25 ft Ig hose excel fittings,
1/4-18NPSH br female hitting on ea end, 150
pi working pressure. Al .,


GUN, AIR BLOW: stght design, finger grip
hdl, button operated, w/hang.up hook, re-
movable tip, 1/4-1SNPSH male thd coupling. 3 in set
HYDROMETER, SYRINGE. ANTIFREEZE: for
multisolulion testing. 2-floal type, I bbl,
Iw/Ihermometer, minus 60 deg F. to plus
HAMMER, HAND: blacksmith's, cross peen, 160 deg F. temp range, w/conversion table
3 Ib hd wt.. & additional protection chart, integral type,
w/case


HAMMER, HAND: carpenter's nailing, curved
dart, 16 o, hd wt 2 in set
HYDROMETER, SYRINGE, BATTERY: sgle bbl,
________________ w/thermometer and correction scale an in-
tegral part, specific eravitv ran.e 1.150 to


HAMMER, HAND: sledge, blacksmith's, cross
peen 12 lb h wt.


HANDLE, FILE, WOOD: 11/4 in. dia x 4-1/2
in. Ig overall, med size.
lU;,e 'r lh Iler- you .ee on page 5?.
S6 in set


1.350, minus 65 to plus 165 deg F. temp
range, automotive and other.


2 in set |


I




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I


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INFLATOR GAGE. PNEUMATIC TIRE: exposed LANTERN. ELECTRIC: hand type 6 v. complete
bare indicator w/dellating position, cali- w/bulb
brated 10 to 120 Ib range, 2 Ib smallest grad
div 10 to 40 lb. dual ft chuck. iSee note on
page 53-I

I^ZH~z^ I --I
LIFTER-SCRAPER. BATTERY TERMINAL: 10-1/2
JACK, HYDRAULIC, in Ig overall
HAND: self contained
12 ton cap, 11-1/4 in
closed h, 16-1/4 in e\x
tended h sgle pump LIGHT, EXTENSION: 2 cond 16 AWG cable 20
w/screw extn. I1 Ig, w/btry clips I end, lampholder, guard,


KEY SET, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex type,
L-type hdl, 13 keys w/ro. c/o I ea of the
following: ..an


I


LF 52-49 1


FSN 5120-198-5401
FSN 5120 198 5398
FSlN 5120 224-2504
FSN 5201)-2427410
FSN 5120-240 5292
FSN 5120-198-5392
FSN 5120 240-5300
FSN 5120-242 7411
FSN 5120-124-465
FSN 5120240-5274
FSN 5120-198-5390
FSN 5120 198-5391
FSN 5120-240-5268


0050
1/16
5/64
3/32
1/8
5/32
3/16
71/32
S 1/4
5/16
3/8
1/2
9/16


1.21/32
13/4
1.7/8
2
2 1/4

2.3/4
3
3.1/4
3.3/4
4-1/4
5.1/4
5-3/4


hook. refleclor ru hdl & sw other end, 25
w lamp, acid, alkali. & water resistant type S.



I It ,^ ^,:] ,2 in set
LIGHT, EXTENSION: 25 ft Ig 2 cond type SO 16
AWC cable. w/2 parallel blade plug connector
I end. lampholder, guard, hook. reflector, ru
hdl, and sw other end. 100 w med screw base
lamp accommoddaed


LIGHT, IGNITION TIMING: 3 lead type,
6/12/24 v btrv reqd, %enon flash tu element
w/plarn lens & syn-ru cylindrical case, 10
ft Ig pos, 10 ft Ig neg, & 5 ft Ig h tension
leads w/spg clip term in carrying case 5
in h t 10 in. w 9 in. Ig.


KNIFE, CRAFTSMAN'S: taper pt. 4 in, blade Ig
clear of hdl.



V'R LANTERN,
ELECTRIC,FSN
6230-498-9408. 5
5i5u ~ 5


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AF






LUBRICATING KIT: c/o I adpt I b,. I cou-
pling, I elrr. 50 elbows 100 lntings 2 lubr
guns 2 oil guns I lubr. 2 oilers. & 1 tool


*Vp I


LUBRICATING UNIT, POWER OPERATED: air
operated, grease pressure dev 40 times air
pressure applied 80 to 150 psi air pressure,
6 ft Ig lubr hose w/control valve and hyd
lubr fitting coupler, 60 Ib cap. lubr tank.
dolly or chassis rntd. W .


Consisting of:

elbow body 90: 25
elbow body. 45: 25
fitlng, lubrication 100
adapter. rigid 1
adapler flelble 1
roupler. hydraulic I
grease gun 2
gun. fluid 6 oz 1
gun lluid II oz 1
lubricator bearing I
oiler. hand 2
tool fitting,
lubricatron I
bo ., tool 1
padlock I


MEASURE, LIQUID:
Steel. 2 qt cap., w/flex.
spout & flow control
valve, vitreous enamel
Finish.

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2 in set


MEASURE, LIQUID: Sleel, 8 qt cap.. w/flex.
spout & flow control valve, vitreous enamel
finish

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FSN 4130 2178 814
FSN 4730.278E-216
FSN 4130-05-04208
FSN 193(1-204 25501
FSN J930 387 95701
FSN J931 3i7 94,91
FSN 4930 253 2478
FSN 1930 223 3390
FSN 4930 2233392
FSiN 49310704 1852
FSN 4930 274.5713
FS 5120-246 2311

FSN 5140 3.57 5483
FSN 5340 20i 5517






OIL GUN, PNEUMATIC: curved rigid neck, 32
oPLIERS btry te 7 n. sze.






PLIERS: btry term, 7 in. size.




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PLIERS. BRAKE REPAIR: comb tool, hyd and
mechanical brake springs, replaceable S hook
w/socket and guide end handles, 13-1/4
in. Ig.



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PLIERS. RETAINING RING: snap ring, formed
tips.

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PULLER KIT, MECHANICAL: univ type rvrs slide hammer type. 2 & 3 jaw 0 to 8-3/4 in outside


range, I in to 6 3/4 in inside range
IB Consisting of:

FSN 5120.313 9502
1 cro,,arm puller 6 in. Ig

FSN 5120-313 9504
3 jaws inside 3-13/64 in. Ig

FSN 5120-313 9505
3 jaws, inside 4-9/16 in. Ig

FSN 5120-313-9506
3 jaws. outside ...... 4 19/32 in Ig

FSN 5120 313 9507
3 laws. outside 7 23/32 in ip

FSN 5120-313-9508
1 jaw. single 2.15/16 in Ig

FSN 5120 3402010
3 iaws, single 4-43/64 in ig


FSN 5120-357 6278
3 jaws, puller

FSN 5120-313 9499
I nut, knurled

FSN 5120 313 9501
3 pins

FSN 5120 313-9498
I slide hammer

FSN 5120-313-9497
1 rod
-L


FSN 5120 313-9500
1 c' ke

FSN b 10 35 7 92"06


3-1/2 in Ig


2 1/2 in dij






4 in ig


24 in Ig


2 1/2 in dia


2-1/2 in w




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PULLER KIT, MECHANICAL: wheel, w/short
laws stud nut sel. asle prolector and mtl bA.


PUMP, BUCKET. LUBRICAK
ING: hand operated 25 to 5
Ib cap.. 7000 psi pressure
1/5 oz per stroke. */10
Ig hose, hvd coupler, w/leal
proof cover & follower pl.

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SCALE, DIAL, INDICATING. weighing, hanging
type. I hook lype load receiver, sight face
type dial grad 0 to 50 Ib in I Ib intervals.
avdp system, spg type mech, w/o counter-
poise weight



SCREWDRIVER. FLAT TIP: plastic hdl,
w/wrench grip. 3/8 in. w flared tip. 8 in
Ig blade


2 in set


S SCREWDRIVER SET, CROSS TIP, STRAIGHT
AND OFFSET: Phillips type no 1, 2. 3. and 4
size tips, plastic handles, c/o 1 ea of the
following.


PUMP. BUCKET, LUBRICAT
ING: hand operated 25 to 50
Ib lubricant. 1500 psi pres-
sure. w/5 ft Ig hole and
goose necl noule w/leak-
proot cover & loader fitting
for grease gun



REPAIR TOOL, PNEUMATIC
TIRE VALVE- (or sld tire
valve.


SAW, HAND. CROSSCUT: 26 in Ig blade 6-1/2
ir w at butl, 1 1/2 in w at pt, 8 pts per in.
skew back


FSN 5120-240-8716
FSNI 5120-234-8913
FSN 5120 234-8912
FSN 5120-224-1375
FSN 51290256-9014
PI' FSN 5120 242-3268


tip no. blade Ig, In. type
1 3 cross tip
2 4. cross tip
3 ... .6. crosstip
4 8 cross tip
I1 2 .43/4 offset
384 6 offset


SHEARS, BENT TRIMMER'S: S blade & hdl,
w/2 sharp pointed blade ends 12 in. Ig
overall.

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SOLDERING IRON, NONELECTRIC: cop. py pt,
l Ib wt per pr. w/hdl.

S1 2 in set
A ARE LL' SOLDERING IRON, NONELECTRIC: cop. py t,
SL SNG l SO-. -5 2 lb wt per pr. w/hdl.
9642 . 2in set

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STENCIL SET, MARKING: 45 adi mtl stencils,
letters A thru Z, numerals 0 thru 9, 1 amper.
sand, apostrophe, comma, period, spacer &
4 end pc, 1 in h characters. .





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STENCIL SET, MARKING: 45 adj mtl'slencils.
letters A thru Z, numerals 0 thru 9, 1 amper
sand, apostrophe, comma, period, spacer &
4 end pc, 2 in. h characters.


STENCIL SET, MARKING: 45 adl mtl stencils,
letters A thru Z, numerals 0 thru 9, 1 amper.
sand, apostrophe, comma, period, spacer S
4 end pc. 3 in h characters.

STENCIL SET, MARKING: 45 adj mil stencils.
letters A thru Z, numerals 0 thru 9. 1 amper
sand, apostrophe, comma, period. spacer, &
4 end pc, 4 in. h characters.

STONE, SHARPENING: comb. type, syn. al
ovide, or silicon carbide, oil-treated, coarse
& fine grit, 6 in Ig x 2 in. x 1 in Ihk overall


TESTER, CYLINDER, COMPRESSION: diedc
type (Spec MIL-T-13011).


-FBf4I902043


TESTER, INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE: un
mounted. lor testing manifold vacuum 5 fuel
pump pressure. 0 Io 8 Ib pressure & 0 to 27
in vacuum ga scale ranges, w/carrying case


[I ,2 in set
TIRE IRON: 18 n Ig overall IHeibrand 1127.
or equal).


TIRE IRON: curved bead breaker 33 in. Ig
overall


TIRE IRON: curved fl type, 24 n Ig overall

I] 'I *i] 2 in set
TIRE IRON: dtle end type 18 in i overall.

2 in set
TIRE IRON: lock ring, 40 in. Ig overall




TIRE PROBING TOOL: manual compreislon
lype, curved law, 6 in ig overall.


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TOOL KIT, AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL: c/o 1
ea of the following:


PLIERS, SLIP JOINT: 5 in. size


SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: 1/8 in. w flared
tip, 2 in. Ig blade.
EB3 I


ROLL
WRENCH, OPEN END, FIXED
E^ 1,1 IM; ,


opngs, in.
FSN 5120-277-3414
13/64 & 15/64
FSN 5120-277-8310
13/64 & 15/64
FSN 5120-277-8308
7/32 & 1/4
FSN 5120-277-8309
7/32 & 1/4
FSN 5120-277-8311
9/32 & 5/16
FSN 5120-277-8312
9/32 & 5/16
FSN 5120-277-8313
11/32 & 3/8
FSN 5120-277-8314
11/32 & 3/8
FSN 5120-596-4421
7/16 & 1/2


deg of deg of
angle, angle.
small hd large hd
15 60

60 15

15 60

60 15

15 60

60 15

15 60

60 15

15 60


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UNIVERSAL JOINT, SOCKET WRENCH: 3/4 in.
sq end


VISIEINIS s e inwja.


VISE, MACHINISTS: swv base. 4 in. w jaw. 6
in. law opng, replaceable jaw faces.

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TOOL KIT, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR





I I] Consisting of:
FSN 5140-772-9655 CASE, METAL
FSN 5120-596-9313 CRIMPING TOOL, Termi.
nal, Hand: 22 thru 10 AWG wire size
accommodated.

REMOVER
Dia. In.
FSN 5120-797-8495 0.063
FSN 5120-797-8494 0.120
FSN 5120-391-1710 0.187
FSN 5110-2684224 Stripper, Wire Hand: 22
to 8 AWG Stripping Range Capacity

TUBE. BLEEDER, HYDRAULIC BRAKE: 2 con-
nections 1/4-28 thd I end, 10-32 thd other
end 18 in Ig overall.',.g






VULCANIZER, HOT PATCH: bench or wall mtd,
quick acting clamp type, w/lu roughing tool.








WRENCH. AUTO, ADJUSTABLE: 0 to 3-5/8 in.
law opng 15 in. Ig overall


IJ 2 in set]
WRENCH, BOX: angular offset dble-hd type,
1-1/16 in & 1-1/8 in 12 pt opngs, 15 in
Ig overall

m i m2 in set
WRENCH. BOX: angular offset dble-hd type.
1-1/4 in & 1-3/8 in. 12 pt opngs, 18 In. Ig
overall.



WRENCH, BOX: dble offset dble-hd type, 1 1/4
in. and 1.5/16 in 12 pt opngs, 17-3/8 in. Ig
overall, reg. Ig



WRENCH, BOX: halt moon dble-hd type. 9/16
and 5/8 in 12 pt opngs, 6-1/2 in. Ig overall




WRENCH. OPEN END, ADJUSTABLE: sgle-hd
type, 0 to 1.135 in opng. JO in Ig overall.


2 in set


WRENCH. OPEN END. ADJUSTABLE: sglehd
type, 0 to 1.322 in opng, 12 in. Ig overall.


'V -2 in set
WRENCH. OPEN END, FIXED: dble hd type, 15
deg angle, 7/16 in & 1/2 in. opngs, 3/16
in thk hd, n. Ig overall


S2 in set ]
WRENCH, OPEN END, FIXED: dble hd type, 15
deg angle. 9/16 in. & 5/8 in opngs 3/16
in Ihk hd 7-3/4 in 'g overall
m. 2 in set ]
WRENCH, OPEN END. FIXED: able hd type. 15
deg angle, 17/16 in & 15/8 in opngs,
41/64 in Ink hd, 17 in Ig overall.


WRENCH, PIPE: adl jaw style. Stillson patt.
1/4 in to 1 in ips. 10 in Ig overall


I2 in set
WRENCH. PIPE: adl jaw style, Stillson patt
1 in. to 2 in ips. 18 in ig overall.


WRENCH, SPANNER: adj hook type Iled pivot
pt, 3/4 in. lo 2 in circle dia. 11/32 in thk
hook.



WRENCH. TORQUE: rigid frame end drive style
w/visual dial indicating tor mech. 3/4 in.
male sq-drve, 0 to 600 ft-lb cap w/case



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WRENCH, TORQUE: rgid
w/rtc adpt, w/visual di
1/2 in male sq-drive. 1


frame end drive style, WRENCH, WHEEL STUD NUT, GEARED
al indicating for mech, SOCKET: 36 in. tubr hdl, 20 in. bar hdl.
75 ft-lb cap., w/case
..........*
elemens nagemi


WRENCH SET. OPEN END, FIXED: dble hd
lype, 15 deg angle of hd, w/ro c/o 1 ea of
the lollowing-


P ~t


WRENCH SET, SOCKET: 1/4 in sq-drive, hea and








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CASE:
FSN 5120-357-5468

EXTENSION SOCKET WRENCH: 2 in. Ig (solid)
FSN 5120-227-8105

EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH: 6 in. Ig (solid)
FSN 5120-243-7325

HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH: rvrs rtc type,
4-1/4 in. Ig.
FSN 5120-221-7957


FSN 5120-277.2342
FSN 5120-187.7123
FSN 5120-187-7124
FSN 5120187 7126
FSN 5120-277-8301
FSN 5120-224-3102
FSN 5120-240-5609
FSN 5120-187-7131
FSN 5120-277-2693
FSN 5120-187-7133


ODnfi In I Orril In
3/8 & 7/16 4-1/8
7/16& 1/2 5
1/2&9/16 .. 5-1/2
9/16 & 5/8 .. 6
5/8& 11/16 ... 7
5/8&3/4 7
3/4 & 7/8 .. 8-3/8
7/8&15/16 10
15/16& 1-1/16 10-1/2
1 & 1-1/8 10-3/4


8 pt opngs, c/o I ea of Ihe following:


FSN 5120-236-2262
FSN 5120-236-2263
FSf 5120-236-22C
FSN 5120-189-7906
FSN 5120-242-3345
FSN 5120-232-5703
FSN 5120-189-7907
FSN 5120-232-5704
FSN 5120-241-3186
FSN 5120-189-7908
FSN 5120-239-0016

HANDLE, SOCKET
5-7/16 in. Ig.
FSN 5120-221-7960


socket
size, in. type
3/16 ........ hex
7/32 ......... hex
1/4 ......... hex
1/4 ......... 8pt
9/32 ......... hex
5/16 ......... hex
5/16 ......... 8pt
11/32 ........ hex
3/8 ......... hex
3/8 ......... 8pt
7/16 ........ hex

WRENCH: hinged type,


UNIVERSAL JOINT. SOCKET WRENCH: 1/4 in.
end size.
FSN 5120-243-1686


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WRENCH SET, SOCKET: 3/8 in. sq-drive, 12
pt oprigs, w/case, c/o 1 ea of the following:
S i2 in set
socket
size, in.
FSN 5120-232-5711 ................ 5/16
FSN 5120-227-6702 ................ 3/8
FSN 5120-227-6703 ............. 7/16
FSN 5120-237-0977 ................ 1/2
FSN 5120-227-6704 ................ 9/16
FSN 5120-237-4973 ................ 5/8
FSN 5120-232-5706 ............... 11/16
FSN 5120-227-6705 ................ 3/4
BIT, SCREWDRIVER: 1-1/4 in. Ig.
FSN 5120-243-7332
CROWFOOT ATTACHMENT, SOCKET WRENCH
FSN 5120-184-384


CROWFOOT ATTACHMENT, SOCKET WRENCH
FSN 5120-184-8397
EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH:
Ig. in.
FSN 5120-227-8107 ............... 6
FSN 5120-243-1693 ...............
FSN 5120-273-9205 ................18
HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH:
1g. in.
FSN 5120-240-5364 ............. 6
FSN 5120-241-3143 .............. 7
FSN 5120-240-5396 ............... 8-1/2
FSN 5120-237-4969 ............... 16
UNIVERSAL JOINT, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5120-224-9215


WRENCH SET, SOCKET: 1/2 in sq-drive. 12 FSN 5120-2431346 11/16
pl opngs deep style. w/case, c/o the fol FSN 5120-242 3349 3/4
lowing: FSN 5120-243-7345 .... 13/16
I : ] FSN 5120-243-7342 7/8
S'N FSN 5120-243 7343 15/16
size in -
FSN 5120 243 7351 1/2 FSN 5120-243-7340 1
FSN 5120-2437348 ... 9/16 FSN 5120-243-7341 1.1/16
FSN 5120-235-5898 .. 5/8 FSN 5120-243 7339 1.1/8


WRENCH SET, SOCKET: 3/4 in sq drive 12
pt opngs, w/case, c/o 1 ea of the following:
E3BBE3ES^I I
socket
size, in.
FSN 5120-181-6816 ........... 7/8
FSN 5120-181-6813 .............. 15/16
FSN 5120-237-0989 ............. 1
FSN 5120-189-7928 ............ 1-1/16
FSN 5120-239-0021 ............. 1-1/8
FSN 5120-235-5871 ............. 1-1/4
FSN 5120-232-5681 .............. 1-5/16
FSN 5120-189-7931 .............. 1-7/16
FSN 5120-293-0094 ............. 1-1/2
FSN 5120-189-7910 .............. 1-9/16
FSN 5120-199-7765 .............. 1-5/8


FSN 5110 199 1768 1-
FSN 5120-199-7769 .............. 1-
FSN 5120-199-7770 .............. 2
EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5120-273-9208 .. 3


13/16
7/8


FSN 5120-243-7328 ... 8
FSN 5120-227-8079 ... 16 t

HANDLE, SOCKET: ** '
Ig, in.
FSN 5120-249-1076 ... 18 /
FSN 5120-240-5368 ...18-1/2 f
FSN 5120-221-7959 ...20-3/8

UNIVERSAL JOINT, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5120-243-1687 ........ 3/4 in. end size


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REEL REAL EASY


Even when repair parts for your Then, when you're traveling, it whips
M49C tank truck's static reel get into around and gets chewed up.
the supply system, there'll be no excuse
for mistreatin' it.
The ground cable that comes off the
reel is important in equalizing static
electricity between your tanker and
whatever you're putting' fuel into so
there'll be no sparks igniting fumes
from the fuel.
So when you let the reel rewind the
cable, let 'er in easy. If you let 'er fly
back, you're going to wind up with a
busted cable or with a reel that won't
let the cable out or won't take it back HOOK CLIP TO
in. And while you're easin' the cable CAP COUPLING
back in, let 'er run through a rag so it TO STOP -
won't carry grit and other junk into the WHIPPING
reel's innards.
You've probably noticed, too, that If the cable's already cheved up, it's
the weight of the stop ball and alligator not much of a job to take a fresh bite
clip tend to make the cable end hang up on the cable by moving the ball and
down away from the reel outlet hole. clip up a bit.
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Weapona G PinPoit RZ-31InoCetalation it
Get DA Circular 310-42 (3 Sep 65) for Been looking for the installation kit
the scoop on artillery, small arms and that puts the RL-31 reel unit in the M151
sighting and fire control equipment pubs quarter-ton? Take a peek at page 2 of
going on pinpoint distribution. SB 11-131 (Sep 63). You'll find the kit
DA FORM 12-40-ARTILLERY AND under FSN 3895-957-3890.
SMALL ARMS
DA FORM 12-41--SIGHTING AND N DaC dote I
FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT
Get your forms in to the St. Louis Barking dogs don't bite? Nuts! If
pubs center by 20 Nov 65 for fastest you're tossing M 16 hand grenade
service, simulators on maneuvers, take a tip
S7IR Diet from Change 8 to TM 9-1370-200 (Dec
S a E 58) and wear a leather glove on your
The Electronics Command EIR and pitching hand. These simulators have
Maintenance Digest will wear a new been known to go off ahead of time.
official number next time around. In- Any of these gloves will do: Line Num-
stead of the TB SIG 363-series designa- ber 528480 (FSN 8415-268-8302 thru
tion, the electronics digest is coming out 07); or Line Number 528520 (FSN 8415-
as TB 750-101 (27 Jul 65). 160-0889). You'll find 'em all in Supply
PS 'ack uesae4 Catalog C8405/25-ML-A (1 Oct 65).

The only available back issues of PS
Magazine are listed below. Drop a note Need a final drive for an M113 per-
to PS Magazine, Fort Knox, Kentucky sonnel carrier, an M577 command post
40121 for those you need. Here's whats vehicle or an M106 mortar carrier? The
left: PS Issues 1, 5, 6, 14, 18, 136, 137, right FSN for the final drive assembly
138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, is FSN 2520-895-9164. You might wanta
146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, jot this on page 166 of your TM 9-2300-
153, 154 and 155. 224-20P/3 (Nov 64).

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