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SHE' AN 16 MAN, SARGE!! HE
SAYS WE'VE BEEN FOULIN' UP
ON OUR EQUIPMENT "
GAIN-LOSS -TRANSFER RECORDS!
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BEEN Y THE PIRMNTE MATEAE MOANTHLYr
ORDERING isu"e No. 1I4 2968 Se.les
S'EM. IN THIS ISSUE
The Army has put together a real
good system for supplying repair parts
and other items you need for mainte-
Thousands of people, tremendous
warehouses, fast transportation, and
the most modern data processing ma-
chines are "at-the-ready" for the word
from the man in your unit who needs a
part to put your fighting equipment
back in operation.
But quite often the system never gets
the word. Your man, Scrounger Sam,
has a "system" that "beats the system."
He hops in a V4-ton and rides over
the 2nd of the 13th and gets the p.
he needs from his old buddy. He p
it on, and the equipment is back
operation. Wonderful, he thinks.
Nope. Neither Sam nor his budd
the 13th bothered to put in a sup
request. The supply system (all ti :
people, machines, etc.) does not find o ;
that this particular repair part is in (i
mand, so it goes merrily on its way a:
doesn't worry about that part. Th
happens all around the Army on hur
dreds, even thousands, of items.
Now, maybe the next time Sam or
his friend needs the item, it's nowhere.
You can guess the rest: The equipment
stands deadline while priority requisi-
tions go back all the way; parts may
have to be manufactured.
If you've got a "Scrounger Sam" in
your outfit, lasso him before he rides
out to scrounge up repair parts and
supplies. While you've got him lassoed,
make him fill out a supply request for
every item he needs.
Gently remind him to order, not
i79 24 MI4 Rifle -S
AnoeBg I AoneoCae 10
MGOUM .7 LSA-T 11
1173MG 6.7 M16, M21 Subsystem 1
AIR MOBILITY 12-21
Flluel 12W 15.21 CIV. 17
U8 i16 0-1 II
nrlea 11 UH-IC 2
50 017 .17 DAFoMnn240-18 20
AirP Pul i
CableCare 22-2 PP1578/PD 2 -
Ban 24 M C19 27
AN/ a GB 272 a" K
GROUND MOBILITY 37-55
9742.Serles 37 U35A1/A2 31
Na 2 Cominon Tool it 38.85
GENERAL AND SUPPLY
Wra Rp & Cable M4 7Tent PinAid 61
Winch rm 0 WeldingTool 2-63
6.000 Ib Fortlift 61 DA Forn 2408-1 64
New Publlcalbons 28
Use of fnds fer printing of this pabli-e
tIs h Ikeen approved by Hiadrters.
Deparbtel of the Army, 1 Febrary 19
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/THEY' LOOK -
( ALIKE, BUT THE
NEW ONE'S TOUGHER
PROOF-- MAPE OF
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Now that they've replaced-or soon
will replace-the wooden stock on
your M79 40-MM grenade launcher
with the plastic (fiberglass reinforced)
stock FSN 1010-951-4531, here's
some dope to help you get the best out
First off, make sure the stock fits OK.
Could be it won't look right or might
need some adjusting.
But, if you can see about all of the safety
spring slot and the receiver's not snug up to 3
the recoil bearing surfaces on both sides, -
you'll have to get support to perform a minor
operation. Chances are you've got an early
model M79, the kind that has d receiver tang
with an extended lower edge. This edge Rfol
might keep the stock and receiver from lining BARI
up right. SURAC
Support can fix things up without hurting
the radius of the stock by removing just
enough plastic at the spot where the receiver 4
tong interferes with the stock. Then the stock
will line up tight against the recoil bearing
That fast drying enamel's the best
stuff to use for touch-up when your
plastic stock gets scratched. However,
if you can't get hold of enamel, rub a
little plain oil or grease on the scratches
while you're lubing your M79. The
idea, of course is camouflage. The
brown color on your stock may be
solid clear through or only skin-thin
-and the white underneath would
attract Charlie's attention.
LINSEED OIL ON
STOCK ... FOR
OR ANY OTHER
JELL AND 600
Up THE WORKS
Make a practice of checking it regu-
larly for cracks... especially around
the 2 stock lips and the sling swivel
brackets. If you find any cracks, turn
the weapon in for a new stock.
CHECK SUNG SWIVEL I
BRACKETS FOR CRACKS.
While you're eyeballing it, give a
look at the recoil pad.
For cleaning the plastic stock, use a r "LALL ///
clean rag and plain water. Never use .'. ;!"i _
cleaning solvent or sandpaper or crocus
cloth or the like to erase spots. You'll One more big point: Remember how
soon wear through that brown veneer with the wooden stock you have to be
if yours has the skin-thin coloring, careful not to overtighten the mounting
Sure, this plastic stock's a lot tougher screw because you might split the stock?
than the wooden one-won't be both- Well, here's a switch. With the tougher
ered by moisture and temperature and plastic stock you have to be careful you
such. But it's not indestructible, so don't don't get the screw in so tight that you
go batting it around, can't remove it in the field.
Here's a safe way to put the stock
back on after servicing your weapon:
Hold the M79 upside down with one
NOT TOO TIGHT! Dear Hall-Mast,
rIs there any kind of bag for carry-
ing ammo for the M79 grenade
hand on the stock while the other SFC L B.
tightens the mounting screw with your Dear Sergeant R. B.,
combo wrench (FSN 4933-736-8575). What you want is a Pouch,
Get it as tight as you can this way by Ammunition Carrying, Universal
first snugging up the screw and then FSN 8465-647-0852. But Fed Cat
adding about a Vs-turn with the screw- C8440/70-IL-A (Jun 67) calls it by
driver part of the wrench. another name Case, Small Arms
You can also use this case to
carry 5 fragmentation hand gre-
nades- 3 inside and 2 on the out-
PON'T/. aside, like it shows you on page 43
of FM 23-30 (Oct 59).
What you don't want to do is to butt IIU S
the launcher against a bench or tree or '.
something to get more twist on the tool.
This'll "freeze" that mounting screw.
There're plenty of things to remember when it comes to maintaining your
M60 machine gun and here're a couple that ought to be near the top of the list.
First, make sure you put the extractor Second, if the gas cylinder nut keeps com-
plunger in the bolt assembly the right way ing loose, t s a good bel that the key washer
-with the smaller end inside the spring. for the nut is to blame. Could be the washer
That's the way it shows in TM 9-1005-224- tab is broken or bent so far up that it doesn't
25 (Dec 67). put pressure on Ihe sernalons of the gas
When the plunger is in wrong, the extras- cylinder to keep it in place
tar can become loose in the barrel socket... While you're at it, check the tab on the
and then you have extracting troubles. key washer for Ihe gas cylinder extension
It does the same kind of lob
SMALL END -i
FIRST!i 1 T
ON AINE NNSE
Here's another one-tiring your M60 machine gun might set up enough
ibrarion for the gas cOlinder and front sight rivets to loosen.
But they can get just as loose, and a lot faster, if you give your weapon the
kind of battering it gets when tossed around-like onto the bed of a truck.
So handle with care. And if a river or rwo happens to get loose enough for
.ou to move it b) hand, the gun is due for a trip to your support unit.
GAS CYLINDERR RIVETS
B ^M =S^*!:=:^;^B=
MWO 9-1000-236-30 (Nov 65)
changes the flash suppressor on the
M73 machine gun in the M60A1 tank
... and MWO 9-1005-233-30/2 (Mar
67) means a different flash hider for
the M73 in the M60 tank. The two
MWO's can't repeat, can't be
switched between the 2 different tanks.
The -30 MWO puts a long flash sup-
pressor (FSN 1005-869-8817) on the
machine gun so that you can fire
through the mantlet on the M60A1.
The -30/2 MWO gives the M73 a
shorter flash hider (FSN 1005-922-
9777) that won't work with the
By the way...make sure your sup-
port unit doesn't leave behind any old
flash hiders after putting new ones on
the M73's in your M60 tanks. The old
hiders can be turned into new ones.
.OR ME BLACK
Dear Half-Mast, i
What can I use to give rust and corrosion
a run for their money when it comes to
exposed M14 rifle parts? As an armorer,
I'm going bats trying to keep the stuff off
things like the butt plate, screws, and the
PFC R. M. I
Dear Private R. M.,
The stuff you want, no matter where you are, is Lacquer: Black
(jet) lusterless, type 1, color 37038, 16-oz aerosol can, Spec TT-L-
50D, type 1, nitro-cellulose base, FSN 8010-582-5382.
The lacquer's also used on the M16A1 and if your outfit
has any of these weapons, turn to page 9-24 of TM 9- 1005-249-14
(1 Aug 66) for a listing of it. It's also on page 16 of Fed Cat C8000-
IL-A (Jan 68).
The idea's to use crocus cloth on the rust and corrosion and
then follow with lacquer spray. The lacquer's also good for touch-
ing up parts and small spots that have been worn bright. (Your
support people will handle the bigger refinishing job.)
And remember to keep the lacquer off internal parts.
NEW TM FOR M14 RIFLE
Hold it. Don't let appearances fool you. You
might think just looking at it that the new TM
9-1005-223-20 (19 May 67) for the M14 and
M14A1 rifle is only for armorers. Not so. It's
chock-full of all kinds of dope on care, cleaning
and lubing for you riflemen, too-and you'd
better get with it. The new TM supersedes the
-12 with both of its changes.
. Dear Half-Mast,
\,'THE I've seen M14 rifles with a plastic cover
over the flash suppressor. Looks great for
keeping stuff out of the muzzle-end of the
rifle. How do I get one?
SGT J. B.
Dear Sergeant J. B.,
You don't. It's used for shipping only
... has no FSN... and can't be requisi-
If you did use one on your rifle, you'd
be inviting condensation. Next would
come rusting and pitting. Same goes
,'E with anything else you might use to
)ME cover the muzzle, especially if no air
1 o can get through. L
5 TO H l'
When you put the gas cylinder plug in your
M14 rifle, be sure you don't get the plug cross-
threaded. That's rough on both the plug and
the gas cylinder threads.
When the plug's not fully seated because of
cross-threading or under-tightening, you get a
leak in the rifle's gas system. And this means a
slow-firing shooter ... or one that won't shoot
because there's not enough recoil to let the bolt
pick up a round.
Tighten the plug by turning it finger tight,
then finish up with a slight pull-on your com-
It's not very often that you'll remove the plug,
but when you do--like to clean the piston and
gas cylinder-be sure to hit the threads with
bore cleaner, followed by a dry wipe.
--" l- .^ y .
Any joker who fools around with ammo-blank or otherwise-is no friend
of yours. Right?
Yessir, the guy who thinks it funny to empty a couple-three M82 blank
rounds into one ... or pours extra powder in a bore ... or puts sticks, stones,
chewing gum or the like in the mouth of a blank cartridge as a "surprise" for
you-this kind a pal you can do without!
But, how about yourself?
If you're careless with your weapon, magazines and cartridges-throw 'em
down in mud or sand and trample 'em before firing-the flaming joke's on you.
Sure 'nuff, either way, an explosion's being set up the next time your M 14
rifle or M60 machine gun gets fired.
When these foreign bodies-put there jokingly or carelessly-get power
by that powder, the impact's gonna hurt somebody.
So, befriend yourself 2 ways:
1. If you spot some guy fiddling around with
ommo, remind him gently or otherwise that
MINNIE SWINGS TO LSA-T
-WE CAN VIAIKE
7EAUTIFU L ,5IC In case you didn't get the word, Minnie the High Rate
TOGETHER... 7.62-MM M134 (used to be GAU-2B/A) Gun prefers
-,---- LSA-T to LSA-and you chopper armament types want
'to remember this.
Right. From now on, use LSA-T (lube oil, semi-fluid
... FSN 9150-949-0323-8-oz rube) wherever your lube
chart calls for LSA (lube oil, semi-fluid FSN 9150-
889-3522-4-oz rube). O'course, if you don't have
LSA-T yet, stick to LSA till you get some LSA-T.
%WITH -... LSA-T
LUBE... .. THEM WITH ... LSAT
LSA-T contains Teflon, which sticks better to Minnie's innards when she gets
But, keep these couple things in mind:
Never s ( e r
pop Afe fiig cla ths*at ihCte r)adlb ihl ihP
This LSA-T deal goes for every High Rate M134 Gun on every subsystem,
including the M21, XM18, XM27/XM27EI and the TAT-102A.
MOX NIX THE RANGE... BORESIGHT THE SAME
When you're boresighting the 2.75-
in rocket launchers and the infinity
sight on your M16 or M21 subsystem
gunship, set the rocket launchers at
103.2 mils elevation like the TM's say
--no matter if you've got the old or
the new range table on your XM60
The new decal bracket assembly
(FSN 1270-979-7121 ... 10547354)
just sets up a more effective rocket-
firing range schedule for your pilot. It lll
doesn't change anything for you. MB
TRY THIS FOR SIZE
< #ui ai -
S rodent ana c upad with this fixedFO
T h at' s h y fco e u a 12 -i" l ength
Measurement tt Op of in bats nd nuts
(Edof flat stock and goinksg. O ourseth COOL IT!
Tor 48-st D tMode blades the tol r I' GO
marked to identi the PP blade length
itft bladesgoes with. just inrt th
1 BLOOD BOTTLE HANG-UP?...
o lGET NEW HUEYVAC HOOKTC
Vietn Med-evac choppers now come equip-
(Edped with a new blood-bottle assembly
for 48ft D Model blades the toolmedic's job when rigging
boltsplaces the safety pin variety used in
older Hueys. If you need the hooks for
apartreplacement, or to update your old set-
arked070-515-7 to get one of these 81 centlength
it goes with.)
BLOOD BOTTLE HANG-UP?...
GET NEW HUEYVAC HOOK
Med-evac choppers now come equip-
ped with a new blood-bottle assembly
FSN 1560-0704603 that eases the medic's job when rigging
GGr YOU THIS a bottle.
This new-type hook assembly re-
places the safety pin variety used in
older Hucys. If you need the hooks for
replacement, or to update your old set-
up, use FSN 1560-070-4603, P/N 205-
070-515-7 to get one of these 81 cent
gems. You'll find it listed in TM 55-
1520-210-20P-3 (Aug 67).
THEY NEED LOCKWIRE t 'o
SThe instrument electrical plug connec-
tors on our factory-fresh Huey were not
secured with lockwire. This seems OK to
me because the connectors are easily
accessible for a tightness check during J iz
My buddy disagrees. He says the con-
S nectors should be safetied.
What do you say, Windy? I
SP6 A. K. O.
Dear Specialist A. K. 0.,
It's true that the connectors are acces- TM 55-405-3 (12 Jul 66) para
sible during inspections but they are 130d(2) has the poop on safetying of
often overlooked. The result has been electrical connectors. In a nutty little
aborted missions and accidents, nut-shell, you should use lockwire on
all electrical connectors in engine na-
6 celles, areas of high vibration (except
S- those on shock mounted equipment)
and in areas which are not accessible
So-o-o-o, string lockwire thru those
connectors; they can't be reached in
STRING LOCKWIRE THROUGH ALL flight.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS FOR SAFETY.
IF YOU LIKE oI
Although the Huey (UH-1) pubs THE HANDLE...
don't call for safety wire on the emer- CAN OK IT.
agency release handle of the pilot's and -
co-pilot's door a commanding officer \
can authorize it to prevent accidental /
jettisoning. One strand of .020-in cop-
per wire (AWG 25) should be used so
that ii will break under hand pressure.
BIRDMAN'S FIRST AID KIT... NEVER SEAL
JI R WITH STEEL
We're having a problem with first aid kit seals. We ordered -in dia lead seals,
FSN 5340-391-4240, and expected to get 'em with 5A-in 27 AWG single crimped
copper wire. Instead the seals came with steel wire. Did we use the right FSN or did
supply send us bogus seals?
Dear Sergeant M. C. D.,
Somebody in supply is playing hocus-
pocus with your seals 'cause you used
the one and only authorized FSN. Send
your request back thru supply and add
this code-2B-in block 22, DA Form
2765. This will let supply know that
you'll accept no substitute!
Hold one, tho, before you toss away
those steel wired seals. They can still
First, the steel wire gets the trash can
treatment. Then use FSN 6145-236-
9503 and 92 cents to get a pound of
uncoated 24 AWG copper wire that you
use with the left-over seals. You'll have
a f-a-s-t breakaway seal that'll work as
advertised when you nick your knuckles
or skin a shinbone... or worse.
TB 55-1500-308-25 (4 Aug 67) tells
you how to rig the wire/lead seal
*F SSG M. C. D.
SAFETY WIRING... A MINI-LENGTH LIMIT
I've heard or read somewhere that aviation types should
not use more than 6 inches of double-twist safety wire be-
Stween tension points unless otherwise directed.
TM 55-405-3 (Jul 66) says nothing like this. Could you
give me a reading?
Dear Sergeant P. R. E.,
Your pub peepers and memory markers are lock-wired
in Numbah One shape.
Military Standard No. 33540 (6 May 53 w/changes)
is the general guide for safety wiring. Para 6 says that
lock-wiring will not be used to secure bolts, nuts, screws,
etc., which are more than 6 inches apart. Exception:
Here're a few more infobits on safety wiring:
Twst saet wir tigh enug so thth
GEAR BOX "SPECIAL"
Flying crane (CH-54) mechanics take nore! The main, intermediate, rail rotor
and cargo hoist gear boxes take a special diet of lubricating oil, Spec MIL-L-
23699. FSN 9150-935-4090 will get you a 55-gal drum, according to the poop
in the new TB 55-9150-200-25 (21 Sep 67).
, 33.PN95-3-00wl e ua5-a rm codn otepo
Using emergency fuel in your turbine-powered Armybirds calls for 2 follow-
up actions. You pull a special engine inspection, and you make a note on DA
Form 2408-13 about the switch in fuels Some -20's mention this last bit, some
don't. TB 55-9150-200-25 (21 Sep 67) has the latest word.
DASH 10CL LAW
Latest word for the Beaver (UL-6A) and Oter (U-1A) pilots' takeoff/landing
checklist is the -10CL's. So-o-o-o, if your birds have the commercial checklists in
the holder above the windshield, take "em out pronto and use only the right
data in the -10CL.
series are getting a new number.This series on personnel and cargo parachutes,
slings, bags, canvas and webbing items. etc., is changing to the 55-series.
A SPINNER WINNER
Good news for slick-chick Seminole O-level caretakers. A new prop spinner
-dome assembly-with matching bulkhead for the U-8 bird is in the supply
system. CO's approval and FSN 1610-841-0'04, P/NC-1888,get a spinner, and
FSN 1610-842-6375, P/N D1871-4R fetches the bulkhead. No mixing/match-
ing these parts with any other Seminole spinner/bulkhead because they jusr
won't fi. Since the prop comes off before the new spinner goes on, ask your
support unit for help.
QjjH jHEAD INBOARD
Dear Windy, "
How about it, Windy, is it OK to insert the Otter (U-IA) tailplane hinge bolt, FSN
1560-600-4597, with the head facing inboard?
With the bolt nut facing outboard it's easy to get the 85-110 in-lbs torque and
insert the cotter pin. You can also spot the cotter pin right-quick on an inspection.
SP6 A. W. S.
Dear Specialist A. W. S.,
The old production blueprint shows the bolt head inboard but .
it doesn't matter which way the bolt goes.
So, for easier maintenance, put the bolt in with the head facing inboard.
By the way, after you torque the nut and install the cotter pin a slight appli-
cation of the wrench should turn the bolt. This means you've met the require-
ment for a free-turning bolt. )
I'The next time you eye the cockpit of your Mohawk (OV-1) focus on the con-
trol stick a second. The lower boot assembly, P/N 134C10151-3, should be
located so that the zipper faces forward at the 11 o'clock position. An aft-facing
zipper could snag between the stick and elevator stick stop and restrict stick
DO YOU THINK
A U- IA TYPE
WILL FIT ON IT I FOUND IT./
We've looked everywhere for the FSN or P/N for the wing tip navigation light
reflectors for our Beavers (U-6's). Can you help us?
Dear Specialist M. W. S., .-
You're looking for FSN 6210-789- SHAVE OFF
7781, P/N C3N453-2. This plexiglass INBOARD TIP
reflector shows up in Fed Cat C6200-IL Ar BOTTOM,
(1 Jul 67) and the ML lists the price at S HOULD D I.
This nav light pilot aid is for the Some units make their reflectors from
U-1A, but Beaver unit CO's can author- scrap plexiglass. If you do, be sure it's
ize 'em for U-6's. You might want to not too thick, say maybe V2 inch, and
trim off the reflector before you put it round off the bottom or you'll get an
on your Beavers, and you'll get a better inflight vibration. You'll find the right
reflection if you shave off the inboard thickness of plexiglass in kit, FSN 1560-
side at the bottom tip. 620-4227, P/N EAB10. /
MR. FIX-IT FOR APU'S
Your auxiliary power unit getting too much atten-
don, guesswise, because you don't have a TM to
Like maybe you have generator set, FSN 6115-
920-8416 or FSN 6115-475-0029, which have no
All is not lost, Birdkeepers. TM 55-1730-206-15
(Sep 64) has the lowdown on upkeep for these two
as well as for generator set, FSN 6115-996-5156. All
have the same power plant 2 cycle, I cylinder,
MOGAS operated L252L engines.
If the engine in your Seminole (U-8) is not purring like a kitten and you
suspect the supercharger driveshaft seal is shot, here's a sure-fire check.
Take the supercharger fuel drain cover off and eye the area for an oil-seal
leak. If more than a teaspoonful (about 60 drops) of oil has been siphoned
into the blower after engine shutdown, the seal's had it.
The seal change poop in TM 55-1510-201-35 (19 May 66) Chap 5, Sect II,
para 5-39 is not a general support chore, tho. Check with your direct support
because TB 750-991-3, item 16 on page 18 says it's their baby.
NO AILERON BIND, PLEASE!
On your next Bird Dog (O-1) Periodic take a good look at the aileron hinges.
Could be that they're mounted on top of the wing, between the reinforcement
plate and bottom skin, or on the bottom of the reinforcement plate. If so, 'tain't
where they're supposed to be, nosir-e-e-e!
A hinge in the wrong place pulls the skin down over the filler strip and puts.
your aileron hinges in a bind for real!
Aileron hinges should be mounted in the trailing edge of the wing between
V the top wing skin and the bottom spar.
NO MORE ( A'OUT THAT 2
T KIP... MY *p
BOOT OOr S NAG6E
Dear Editor, -
There's a metal flange on the left side of the UH-IC
cockpit that sticks out to within inch of the instructor's
right tail rotor pedal. If his boot slips past the pedal
stop, it can get caught between the flange and the right
pedal, which will cause the bird to touchdown in a
sideward skid. Mighty dangerous! BEND
So, we took a plastic-headed hammer and bent the FLANGE
bottom 1 inch of the flange forward so it wouldn't .....^
mousetrap the pilot's boot works like a charm.
CWO Robert G. Donnewirth
YeoW Ft Rucker, Alabama
(Ed Note-Good going! New production aircraft are coming thru without the
RESTRAINT EQUIPMENT FORM
TM 55-405-3 (Jul 66) on maintenance of aircraft systems says restraint equipment
has a time limit of 60 months ... page 118.
My buddy says we should carry this equipment on the DA Form 2408-16 but I say
it should remain where it has always been, on the DA Form 2408-18.
Who's right, Windy?
SSG E. E. B.
Pilot & Co-pilot seat belts (replace) TM 55-405-3 60 mos Mar 72
Pilot & Co-pilot shoulder harness (replace) TM 55-405-3 00 mos Mar 72
Passenger seat belts (replace) TM 55-405-3 60 mos Mar 72
pOO DA FORM 2408-18
Dear Sergeant E. E. B., S6GE6
The DA Form 2408-16 is used for patible with airframe operating time
listing hourly time change and condi- or aircraft inspection intervals you use
tion items given in TB AVN 23-65. Re- the DA Form 2408-18.
straint equipment is actually a calendar The clincher is in TM 38-750 (May
replacement deal. 67) page 4-70, para 4-18b(2). You re-
When it comes to inspection of air- cord scheduled replacement of compo-
craft components at intervals not com- nents on a calendar basis-on the -18.
ON "HU SHORT-SHAFT
E.. SHORT CUTS CHIEF RIGHT!
STOPPUM! SOLVENT USE ONLY A
NO SOLVUM CLEANING CLEAN DRY CLOTH
PROBLEM! ON YOUR HUEY'5
Using a cleaning solution, JP-4, AVGAS, or solvent as a short cut to a Huey-
bird short-shaft cleaning job is playing Russian roulette with a rotorbird. A
ruined short-shaft could give your able Army Aviator a Numbah One case of
Here's why you use only clean dry cloth for this messy job.
First, some solvents leave a film on
L EAN WITH DRY, metal that keeps the lubricant from
NEAN I.01TH ONLY doing its job. Your short-shaft comes
up pitted, burned. Complete failure is
Second, there're a jillion cavities,
nooks and crannies on the short-shaft
where solvent plays hide-and-come-
seek. Getting it out during a PE is no
child's game. In fact it's almost im-
But when the shaft's spinning at 6600 RPM the solvents are forced out of
hiding. They mix with the coupling grease-thinning it down and breaking
up the molecules. Its protective lubricating value goes to pot f-a-s-t and you've
got a real hot item riding shotgun!
On your next PE make with plain old garden variety elbow grease, clean
cloth--maybe with an assist from small cotton swabs on sticks, tongue depres-
sors, or popsicle sticks-and patience. That's good PM and it'll take care of
freak squeaks, too!
Q1LINM L W JJ I I 1 41rJ I
FOR THOSE WHO DARE TO CARE... MA
NtMa be 'ou call it a power cable .
intervehicular cable or just plain
electrical cable. Makes no difference
when it comes to care and maintenance
-what you do is practically the same
for all of them. F'rinstance .
Carry the cable so that it and its con-
nectors don't bounce along the ground.
When the cable's not connected, use a
dust cover on the connectors. And remember
to put a dust cover on the receptacle when
the cable's not hooked up.
Replace missing dusl covers as soon as
possible. As a temporary deal, use tape. Make
sure, though, that you keep the adhesive
from sticking to the pins and female contacts.
Take it slow when you connect the cable
to the receptacle so that you don't get the
threads crossed. Same goes for the dust cover.
Disconnect the cable by getting a good
grip on the connector. You don't want to
yank or twist the cable or shielding to loosen
NOW, GET A
GOOD 0 RIPOF IT...
r NOT RUSH
7 THIN65... WEW
\ TO BENID
S- When you remove
the cable, lift up on it
I\-/ to take the weight off
/ the connector. This helps
to keep the pins from
getting bent and takes
the slam off the last couple of
Ihieads holding the connector to
the receptade. It's also a good
idea to support the cable as you
Cables with connectors that
are pushed on the receptacle, in-
stead of threaded, ought to be
supported to keep the weight of
the cable off the pins.
Whenever possible, keep the table in a
Space where it won't be run over by a vehide. L
--If your cables are on equipment that
moves, check the connectors after traveling.
They could be loose.
il f iian Ilry NR W
rr $ -~ 7
A break in the insulation for some
cables can be mended with electrical tape.
Other types of cables need the know-how of
your support unit. You're not sure about
yours? Ask your DSU.
COMPOUND IN THIS
It doesn't hurt any to take a connector
off its receptacle now and gain to see if
there's any condensation. Avoid electrical
insulating compound in a connector.
If you're working with nuclear items,
be sure to follow the instructions in the
tech manual for your specific system.
LONG AND SHORT OF IT
It can be done, but it's bad-
Putting two BA-1363/U bat-
teries in your AN/PSM-6A or 6B
multimeter, that's what.
When you use two 1363/U's,
they shove the battery case down
so that the case pushes against the
function switch. And this shorts out
So use the right batteries-one
1363/U and one 1328/U.
- USE ONE BA 1363 U .
No, not potato chips ... That's a connector on your CG-1773A/U
antenna cable assembly left dangling where big feet put it out of
Sure, you have to take your RT-524 or -246 receiver-transmitter
out of your vehicle once in a while, but take the CG-1773 loose, too,
and tuck it away in a safe place.
O'course, if the cable's trapped by camps, covers; or some other
doo-dingus for protection, and you can't take it off; there're a couple
ways to save the connector.
Like, remove a mounting plate nut on the MT-1029 mount.
Put the CG-1773 in a perforated clamp strap, FSN 5820-783-9035.
Secure the strap to the mounting Or, you can just tape the cable to
plate bolt and replace the nut. the mount to keep it up out of the way
until the RTs back in its mount.
That's not a musical saw you're flex-
ing there, AN/TRC-90() radio ter-
minal set operator-type.
So, go easy with the 19D1-MX and
19D3-MX termination units when you
pull 'em out of the card cage of the
MX-106 carrier terminal.
Your best bet's to get a firm grip on
the pull ring and come straight out
with the unit.
Otherwise, one of those compact
cuties could drag against a unit next
to it and damage the contacts on the
K1 and K2 relays, or make the S3, S4
and S5 slide switches go kaput.
An extra moment of painstaking in
removing that termination unit can
save aggravatin' down time to fix it.
I RELAYS I I SWITCHES I
TURN FOR THE WORSE
It's supposed to move free and easy s
-that pedestal chain ring on your PP- t' NUT
1578()/PD radiac detector charger.
But some guys take a wrench to the
nut that's on top of the ring and tighten
away until the nut won't budge. Trou-
ble is ... this kind of pressure can bust RING
the connection between the charging SH
pedestal and generator. FREELY
No connection, no charge ... so
please to let that ring move around.
IT SAYS BUT THE
FINISH sLO -LO TM
FUSE RIGHT SAY5...
Dear Half-Mast, I
Who or what is right? .II* fll
The front panel on our T-195 (/GRC-19 radio set calls for slo-blo dynamotor fuses.
But the fuses listed in TM I -5820-335-20P (Jul 65) blow normal-like. They're F602
(FSN 5920-142-4824) and F603 (FSN 5920-565-0035).
When an inspector finds those normal fuses, he gets shook up and we get a gig.
SFC W. R.
Dear Sergeant W. R.,
I don't like to knock heads with an inspector, but he's wrong. There're times
when a publication might slip up with its scoop, but this is not one of them. So
keep using the fuses in that -20P. h //UA
It's not what you'd call comfortable-the way you stoop or do deep-knee
bends to keep from clobbering your skull in the shelter for your AN/GRC-46()
radio teletypewriter set.
And while you're trying to keep your head out of trouble, you want to remem-
ber to do the same with your feet or back side when you get near the J-2498/
GRC interconnecting box. Those connections going into the box can't take a lot
of weight or kicking around.
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d ihmse to orgamosan nel nein,-
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hnm rnaul AG Dntsobri Cnelm
I3llihes. For co-ple dalab M DA
p- 310-4. Ch 2 (Aug 67J. ad Ch I
(N 7J. TgMr. rrI,. ti DA Pa 3104
JJ 67 and Ck2 IIn 69L SC- Bad
W., DA Pam I310-7 fJl 67). MWO'L
IM 3-4230-209-12. Nao. Daee
Appoint. Skid Mid. 500 OGal
rM -I1940-202.5, ALg, goal,
Bndge Erealn. Inboard E.g.
All-inm Go Dna 7 NH I
C.abnud Metal Mdl 27. HNggal Mdl
I 1 50. lao. Stai Mdl LoIU Sim.
IM I-2010-00-10, CJ. Dc. Fmopel
liag Unit Marin Outbooad. DED. 165
HP. Deiga 9002 (IMtra & Tagwrt a
IM 5-0lO-200o-P,. Snt. Propel Unil.
Maon Otbooardl D mli Dr l 165 HP:
Derng. 9002 (Murray & IIgurtba
tarbornamle Mdl OA6 (TC I.
IM 5-310-28-15. Sep. Craps-
Sbonwl Crawler Mid DEO. 12 I /lo
Cap. Blled. Wi314 Cu d Ilbke
Lorain Mdl 1-36M).
TM S-3I82 -IS 1. 01i11. Phr..
Drilte.. CreeOa Med. SP, Dry Irge 220
Lb Clas. Mintuto 4.1/2 Inchd
Poter hurd I -1/ Inch ltggnd Shino
Chack, will Each Shuk ock Drill
(Chlago PnoImeat Tool Co Mdl
TM S-321S-202-20. Sp. Ditrmbtor.
Waol lank TIype GED. Irect MId,
TM "-395-il/-11, Od. IloI. Moo*i
lznd. GEDO 2 Wihl. 5 In S 1In.
W/Sprinlr [HbIn M Mdl TSBM).
TM S-1J95-172-.1. Sep. InBir.
Mole rizd; GED. 3 WI. 10 Ion.
W/Sprinkle ( Hube Carp. Md
FIOIZMPI Set No. IMng fro
211018 Ithe 211069
TM S-4110-208-24. Sp. Berig Unit.
Meb 100.DD0 OTU
TM 5-41M0-I 9-15. Od. A. Condi-
itr. Boos Mid. A* Cooled. OIB V.
3-Ph. 60 Cyr. AC. SIngle Podloge.
36.000 BTUIHI |Yort Crp Mdl
MA 2 F13Aj.
TM 5-4310-2 3-l, Nva. Comprmsr.
Kip FPe Dnor. AIr, Whanl Mid. 2
Wlahl. Pnaoe Tir Wilowbao and
Lanolin Eye G Eng. 4 CFM. 3.000
PSI [Wollr Idd oad Ca. Ine. ldl
IM 5-45O-0o-?SFP, Sep. Houtn Ded
Tlyp. poa GOas 4000000 BTUHIm. Go
EIq .-d Elec Motor Driven Blowers,
W 6 and 12 Inch Diometer Ducts,
A.onatic Temp Control. Trailer Mid
I AOr an Air Filter Co., Inc. Mdll
81-00 40 and IT 400-40-1).
IM 5 %420-205-15, Oct. Superstructure
11!, o. Boy. Mobile Flooating AIt
8 d4. Ferry, Condre Corp Mdl 2195-1
Cor..cent of Interior Bay Unit, and
s..eI ucture End Boy. Mobile FIoat-
d.? tit Bridge/Ferry. Condec Corp
ual i195-2 Component of End Boy
IM 5-6100-207-ESC. Oclt Gen Set5
GiD 10 KW Holtingeworth CE-100-
'C -WK 4, Reiner GGC-I10AC; GGC-
1i' (C I; Hol-Gor CE 105-AC/WK B8
I i Fermonl M10GCT-SH4; Jeto
Gi..)a Pacific Mercury PM59-010-1;
. .I 10-MD; Bogue 5700; Int'l
r. -r. J-109; Kur & Root Hugo.
10 1.4230-209-12, Nov, Decon Ap-
pa r.-. Skid Mtd, 500 Gal. M12A1.
10 5 3431-205-12, Oct. Welding
.- AI rc: Generator; Eng Drvn; 300
ArP ILibby Mdls LE-300. LEW-300,
Li I'0}) W/Continental Eng Mdl
10 -4110-214-20, Oct. Nike-Here.
10 5 4310-226-12, Oct, Compressor,
r. Pwr Den, Whl Mid. W/Towbar
-.a i-.ette Eye Go, Eng 4.00 CFM.
Jr.:..) 0l w/Kohler Eng Mdl Kl41-PT.
10 5-4310-273-12, Oct, Compressor,
err-p Pwr Dvn: Air, 4 CFM. 3000
ijl alter Kidde & Co. Mdl 92960,
w htselite Eng Mdl 24XB.
10 .4320-248-12, Oct, Fuel Sys.
I :. e', Port, Pump Centrifugal, 100
Gt- 1 HP Got Eng. One Boket Asry
IRe-. Mdl 114 MX1A) W/Briggs
u.a .,ralton Eng Mdl 81232 Type
10 .4320-250-12, Oct, Pump. Perl
P cr e: 715 BPH at 555 Ft THD. to
lOJio BPH at 275 Fl THD, GED. Skid
ralO international Fermon Machinery
Cr Ice. Mdl M-715-P W/Eng Conli
rre. Motors Corp Mdl SS 749 SPEC
10 5 5420-204-12-1, -2, -3. -4, -5,
0- launcher, M60A1 Tank Chassis.
S..-oarting: for Bridge, Armd Veh
Ir...rer, Scissoring Type, Clss 60.
10 5 6115-403-11, Sep. Gen Set, Ele.,
Cci Itrbine Eng-DOrn AC, 15 KW.
0' Cryc Airesearch Mdl GTGE 30-23
N E-.-rAiresearch Mdl GTP 30-40.
MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS
MWO 9-2300-224-30/27, Nov, Car-
ier. Comd Fta U.Trhad. M11J.
MWO -2300-114-30/30. Du, Car-
htar Motr. SP. MlbA. O.
MWO 9-.200-287-0, NOar. Too.,
GC M60. M60AI, Coambat rg Vak
M71I1 (lo.n-cA M60Al look ChmUlls
AtU lidgp Laihfnlcr ad Toak Gal
MWO 9-5230-I 1S-10/13, Dec. Tank.
Gas. M60. I60AI.
MWO 55-1510-201-O/6l Noa. U-I.
MWO S-1510.101-10/, Noa, 0-I.
MWO Ii-1s20-106-o/1, No. .
MWO 15-I0l.J30/20, Dec.
MWO 5-520-09-40/9. NMr.
MWO SS-1S10-2114i/1i, Dc.
SUI EFY CATALOGS
SC 4610D-0-4L-I11. Sep. WanW Pat
tEuip Sl. 1.00 GOtl/Hr trrck Md.
SC 4610-47.ClE09. Sop. Watr Pf
Eqs1 Sal. Digoalt** FRilitu U Wi 600
SC 4i91091C- Cl. Nd, Told
SC 4910.95--CL-A3, lp. ToaM Il.
Auto Maint. No. I supplemeotl.
SC 51O-97-t,1-14. Sep, ITel KiI.
SCe 40.97IO 411. Sep. AridgO.
Fle di ll-"y l-Baa. 25 9 g.
SC 5420-97-CL-E5. Sop. ridge Ertad
Set. Floating Bridgea ftl ClGom 60
WI/SIal Sapeolruders o Flootlg
ildga W/Al umios Doak Bot
DA Ct 750-23. Od. Sporie Opmalilig
laitrldloss loE Trbak.. Paomod ailh
MaiJl hel Engines. 2I i-Ton and 5
DA P- 350-14, I|A, OGld.. Con-
endern of Company Sih UVns.
OID Y7-2 BI -0.71. C0. Non, Tank
Moullng Buldnose Ml.
11 9-.20-206-14. Noa. Conrlon
MI.. l06AI, MI11 M113AI.
M14AI.M116. M1ISA 1.M12.
Coabot o gr- Va M72s1 Gan. Mdl.
M42AI. M56. MI07? How1ize1 M44.
Md4AI. MI1. MID9. MIDIOi so
Valh MSSI, loav Vl u Ml,. MI57I
lank. M41, M41AI, M41A2. M41A3.
M4A. MA4AI. M41A2. M4UA2C.
M4iA3, M60. M6AlI. M67AI.
I 750-921-4, Od. Mllloa and Rocki
ST Ell and Maoln Dignal
'.! 1,6 *9 7 .W I
i .WHAT'S HAPPENED, ON YOUR FEET
65SARGE~2 YOU PAPER
THE WHOLE BITS HIT
SYSTEM'S THE FAN!
F YESI THINK
WE SUPPLY ANP
MUST GET HEP WITH
GAIN AND LOSS CODES
I,AND THE ITEMS IN
APPENPIX I OF TM 38-
750... ITS THE SCENE,
r PDIG. j
SO, AT YOUR LEVEL...LIKE YOU'RE
A UNIT OR ACTIVITY WITHIN THE
ARMY... YOU DONT NORMALLY GAIN OR
LOSE ARMY EQUIPMENT...YOU
JUST TRANSFER IT BACK 'N'
FORTH AMONG UNITS .. SEE?
FIRST... YOU MUST UNDERSTAND
THAT DA PROCUREMENT TYPES
REPORT MOST OF THE GAINS
TO THE ARMY
SHOW T GOOP QUESTION...
THE 2408-7 I THE KEY ABOUT A THE, THE UNIT
BOTH THE SHIPPING AND COMBAT SUFFERING THE LOSS
THE RECEIVING UNITS EACH LO55? REPORTS A TRUE LOSS
MAKE OUTA NEW FORMAND MUST T THE ARMYINVENTORY
SFILL IN EITHER BLOCK IBO0R19- -NOT TmRANSS
BUT NOT BOTH. IJ RAN
Table 1I. "Reason for TrmuWf Codes
M Combat Damage, Unserviceable, Reparable.
N Combat Damage, Unsrviceable, Non-Reparable.
Q Damage, Unserviceable, Reparable.
U Damage, Unserviceable, NonReparable.
V Transfer Serviceable.
Nets. The Abve od wm be med to ahew orm for Tnm
fr" betee osltb or ertives. Code wi0 be entered tb 3-e
nme". lemk s1. DA iot... S- or DA Fb. 210.
Ta I 17. Equipment Loss Codes
Transfer Los (loams through transfer to other
services, MAP ete.).
Storage Loes (Inventory Adjustment).
Loe by Pilferage.
Loss Due to FSN Change.
Loss Through Fair Wear and Tear.
Captured (Combat Loss).
Abandoned (Combat Loe).
Destroyed (Combat Loes).
Nets. The b-on cde w1 be need to oh lee to the Aem
fee.ter The mot *appopriat. edo. wil be entered IW ".
mar.s, Bloek II, DA Form 420-T or -O DA T~ UZ41
For trenfeT mateoU to amuor ud or s.etib me T ble IL
Table 18. Equipmet Gain Codu
A New Items (for use on DA Form 2410 only).
B Other Gains.
H Redesignation of FSN.
J Inventory Adjustment.
K Reclaimed from Salvage Operation
L Recaptured or Recovered Item.
teeraf ralum fro -rotlhr m.t -e Ktlotr -m table 16.
To the guys who depend on NEW stuff
Fouled-up inventories are rough!
So you property types
Can avoid Q gripes-
Please dig gain/loss transfers-no fluffs!!
You always enter a transfer, loss or gain code
from Appendix I.
1. TRANSFERS are between property books/
cash accounts and need a table 16 code.
2. LOSSES or gains are to the Army's in-
ventory and take either table 17 or 18
. GAINS at unit level are usually items
found or recovered that were previously
dropped from the Army inventory.
IF YOU WANT TO DISPLAY THIS CENTERPIECE ON YOUR BULLETIN BOARD, OPEN STAPLES, LIFT IT OUT AND PIN IT UP.
WE'VE GOT A
REQUEST TO SHIP
HMM... SINCE THIS
ACTION, LETS MAKE
OUT A 2408-7 WITH
CODE YES, ITS A TRANSFER FROM
V EPOT STOCK, SOWE'LL USE
THE z408-7 TO REFORTOUR
SHIPMENT ANP THEY'LL USE A
NEW Z408-7 TO REPORT
SHORTLY IMT THE NEW A ES
AFTER REPLACEMENT!' C ETO ME A
COPY OF PA SIR!
ITS ARRIVAL FORM 2408-7.
NOW, WE PICK so-iS
THIS UPON OUR
...THE CONTROL RIGHTSIR,AND I'rLL FORWARD
COPY OF THE THE NMP COPYTOOUR COMMAND
208-7 GOES TO PATA CENTER OR AIRMAIL IT TO
SGOES TO LEXINGTON- BLUEGRASS ARMY
OUR VOUCHER DEPOT... WHICHEVER OUR SOP
FILE SO THAT OUR PRESCRIBES THEY'RE WAITING
AR 711-5 REPORT FOR THE woRP FROM US.
THE LOG BOOK COPY
GOES INTO THE TRUCK'S
LOG BOOK! AND THE
SUPPORT COPY GOES
TO OUR DSU!!
OK! TELL THAT
UNIT TO MAKE OUTA
Z 40-7 WITH AN'N
COPE ANP TURN IT IN
4 THRU SUPPLYCHANNELS.
THIS ECLWELL.,THEN, THIS IS NOW
mTHIS VHICES I A LOSS FOR THE ARMY.
BEYOND REPAIR. THIS VEHICLE SHOULD BE
LET'S SALVAGE CODEDP T' ANP
IT! WASHED OUT!
SIMPLE, EH ??GOT ANY
QUESTIONS, SEE PARA4-9
OF TM 38-750! IT'5 ALL
THERE,ANP IN THE NOTES
16,17 ANP I9
Sure, frame repair is a job for your direct support. But how're they goin' to
know your G742-series 2-ton truck has a bad case of "rivetitis" unless you
So get under there and check out those frame rivets. Look for loose or cracked
rivets. Try to wiggle 'em with your fingers. Give 'em a light tap with a hammer.
Maybe some are even missing. If you spot an empty hole, look at the same place
on another vehicle-maybe there's supposed to be a rivet in there.
Sing out to your support if you find any rivets loose, cracked or missing.
They'll replace 'em with bolts, nuts 'n' washers. Here's what it would take to
replace all the frame rivets:
* 1I-- t, x 1 -%u. 0
4--Uh, % x 'X',k
O 22 N, %-i.se lockin g,
.Te to 1 &k
These items aren't in supply publica-
tions. Requisitions should specify Roul-
ing Identifier Code B24 -for the U.S.
Army Tank-Automotive Command.
TB 9-2500-247-40 w/Ch 2 (Aug 65)
gives your support the dope on how to
replace rivets with bolts.
FOR M35AI &
What's this flap about mud flaps for
M35AI and M35A2 2-mon cargo
trucks? They use the same as for the
M35 Flap Assy, FSN 2510-040-2071,
on page 181 in TMI 9-2320-209-20P
(Jan 65). Except for their engines and
a few related parts, these trucks are
Your T(KOL IKT. ALiTOMOTI'E MAINTENANCE.
Organizational Maintenance. Common Ser. No. 2. FSN
4910-'S 0650. mas be called a common root kit, but it's
somirhing special .htn it comes to during )our prc\cntite
You should kno'. ,haEt ools .nu're supposed to hate
in thar kit. If 'ou don't hat: a cop' of SC i910 95-CL.A'2
(Apr 6'. and CI here's a checklist \ou can go bh
IF YOUR TOOLS AREN'T
E ACTLY LIKE "mE ONES
Li1TEP HERE... DON'T
5wEAT IT.' DIFFERENT /
/ 50, ETIMES5 LARY THE
SIZE AND SHAPE OF A
Ty7OL... BUT T HE 'LL DO
If* THE 5AME JOB'
ACETYLENE. TECHNICAL: 98 percent min assay
as acetylene. 225 cu ft cyl FSN 8120-268-3360
ADAPTER. SOCKET WRENCH. I in male sq-end,
4 In female send.
ADAPTER. SPINDLE. PORTABLE SANDER for
5; in dia spdl. IINC rh thd w wrench.
CI body w S lace and'
horn. 100 Ib wt
I O LJ
ADAPTER SET, ENGINE ELECTRICAL, TEST:
24 v sealed elec systems, for wheeled tactical
vehicles consisting of the following
IGNITION UNIT GENERATOR TESTING
FSN 4910-3567508 FSN 4910-092.9026
REGULATOR TESTING PRIMARY CIRCUIT
FSN 49100929025 FSN 4910-356-7492
CASE SPARK PLUG
FSN 4910-348-7691 FSN 4910356-7504
AIlIITiNrI rnn RR AKF SHfnr. dhil hilahr
BAR. PINCH bent chisel and taper. 3, in. dia
stk, 26 Ig o a.
BAR, WRECKING. ; in. dra stk, 30 in Ig o a
BATTERY FILLER GRAV-
ITY: jug type w pilcher
type hdl. 4 qt plus 2 pt
or minus I pt.
BATTERY FILLER, SYRINGE 6 fl oz lu bulb
type, rigid bent nozzle, 10/ mn. Ig o a.
BENDER SET, TUBE. HAND exter spg type.
sgle size 6 bendeis, c o I ea of the following-
Tu od. in
BLADE. HAND HACKSAW- HSS all hard type,
24 leeth per in. 0025 in thk. 10 n Ig o a
110 blades per bn)
1 ., 1
,]: i4 ll(Y
LINE pump gene
alting pressure type.
I qt cap, id tank
BRUSH. PAINT. oval, 16 in. w x !6 in thk
2Yj in exposed Ig syn II,. w chisel edge
BRUSH, STENCIL long handle, 'I' in. dra of
bristles at lerrule, 91, in Ig o a.
BRUSH. WIRE, SCRATCH S wire. curved hdl.
rocker red lace, I in to 1 in Ig clear
ol block, 4 rows v 18 Iows Ig. 6 in to 6/
in Ig brush prt. 14 in Ig o a.
vehicle repair parts
and tools. S body
w wdn top. v It
drawers, 35! in h
-- ----FSN 512U-234-8142 7 5 in vv x Zi in.
ends. offse, in. 8 in Ig a. 5120234743 deep o a.
i I FSN 5120-234-8744 deep o a
38 3 MORE
CABINET, STORAGE- Spare
parts, S body w/wdn top,
18 drawers, I front opng
bin, assembled, 35Y2 in. h
x 25 in. w x 20 in. deep.
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER. ELECTRICAL: No.
12 AWG, type SO, 3 cond stranded, 600 v
working voltage, 50 ft Ig o/a, male fitting
1 end, female fitting
othex end, w/3 wire
to 2 prong adpt w/gnd
CAPS, VISE JAW: br
face. 4 iw. w aws.
CARRIER, STORAGE BATTERY: quick adj, ser-
rated rubber gripper
pais, 12lb wt.
CLAMP. C: med service
rating, 2% in.deep throat
CLEANER AND TESTER, SPARK PLUG: bench
mtd, spark plug sizes 10-mm, 14-mm, 18-mm,
and / in., 120 to 150 psi air pressure reqd.
COUPLING HALF, QUICK-DISCONNECT: galva-
nized steel, straight flow, external male %- NEVER
18NPT fluid end, push-pull coupling. TO
A IN A
COUPLING HALF, SELF- OF
SEALING, steel, straight ROOM!
flow, %-18NPT, swivel type..
CRIMPING TOOL TERMINAL HAND: manual
compression type, No. 26 thru No. 10 AWG
CROWBAR: 1% in. dia stk, 59 in. to 62 in. Ig
CUP. PAINT, SPRAY GUN:
Sqt cap., clamp type,
w/al cover attachmenL
CUTTER,'BOLT: rigid hd type, dipper cut,
in. mild S rod cutting
cap., 18 in. Ig o/a.
SCUTTER, TUBE: for dose flare cutoff, inclosed
feed mech type, w/deburring tool, %Yin. to
11 in. od tu
I : iii
CUTTERS, ABRASIVEWHEEL DRESSER.
DRESSER, CONTACT POINT: w/sq-ends, % in.
w x 0.025 in. thk x 4% in. Ig o/a.
DRILL SET, TWIST: HSS,
stght rd shk, fractional
series, rh, w/case, c/o
1 ea of the following:
EXTRACTOR SET, SCREW: taper type, spiral
fluted drill style, carb tool S, c/o 1 ea of the
3to'A N ,.
X to X
X to K
1 to2j% 1
FILE, HAND: American patt, 3 sq type, dble-cut
sec-cut faces, 8 in. heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American patt, fl type, dblecut
bastard faces, sgle-cut bastard edges, 12 in.
heel to pt
FILE HAND: American patt flat type, 16 in.
heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American patt, half-rd type, dble-
cut bastard faces, 10 in. heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American patt, hall-rd type, sm
cut, fl side dble-cut, back side sgte or dble-cut,
8 in. heel to pt
FILE, HAND: American palt mill type, sgle-cut
sm faces, sgle-cut sm edges, 12 in. heel to pt.
FILE, HAND: American palt, rd type, in. dia
of largest sec, dblecut bastard faces, 12 in.
heel to pt. _______
FILE, THREAD RESTORER: 11, 12, 13, 14, 16,
18, 20, and 24 TPI.
FILLER AND BLEEDER, HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
(when exhausted use FSN 4910-273-3658).
FILLER AND BLEEDER,
FISHING TOOL, PNEUMATIC TIRE VALVE w/
valve core for tire inflation.
FLARING TOOL TUBE, HAND: swv cone, hinged
dies type, tor % in., XG in., in., J4 in.,
% in., in., in., % in., and % in. tu, 90
deg ncl angle of flare produced, w 4 swedg-
ing adapter for X, in., in., % in., Y in., %
in., and % in. tu.
FLINT TIP, FRICTION IGNITER: sleeve type,
640NC thread (use FSN 5120254-9956 until
FRAME: tank welding,
FRAME, HAND HACKSAW: adj,.open pistol grip
hdl, 3 in. to 3% in. deep throat, 8 in., 10 in.,
and 12 in. Ig blades accommodated.
FUNNEL: S, gvd fin., 1 qt cap., 8 in. Ig flex.
tu spout w removable strainer.
FUNNEL: S, glvd fin., 2 qt cap.,.
.26 in stght rigid spout
GAGE, DEPTH, TIRE TREAD: in. spiral grad.
1 in. depth, 3 in.
thread contact pt
GAGE, TIRE PRESSURE, SELF-CONTAINED: in-
closed self-contained ctg indicator, operated
by a separate lever, w/deflating position,
10-120 Ib range, 2 Ib smallest grad div 10 Ib
to 40 Ib, dual ft chuck.
CARTRIDGE, GAGE UNIT FSN 4910-8956176
CARTRIDGE, VALVE UNIT FSN 4910895-8175
GAGE, TIRE PRESSURE, SELFCONTAINED: cali-
brated 10 to 160 Ib, I Ib div from 10 to 60 Ib
and 5 Ib div from 60 to 160 Ib, dual ft chuck,
30 deg mtd angle, 6 in. stght ertn, 12% in.
Igo a, whang up ring.
GAGE, WHEEL ALIGNMENT: toe-in and toe-out
type, spdl mtd and spg hook mtd, using wheel
felloe as ref pt, w/level vials:
GLOVES, LEATHER: men's work type. gauntlet
cuff, cieam or light
gray, knitted wool and
ontton linmmn larope ~ilpA
GUN, AIR BLOW: stght design, finger grip hdl.
button operated. w hang-up hook, removable
tip, .-18NPSH male
HAMMER, HAND: carpenters, nailing, curved
claw, 1 lb hd wt.
HAMMER, HAND. carpenter s, nailing, curved
claw, 1 Ib head weight (Use FSN 5120-223-
9124 until exhausted).
HAMMER, HAND: blacksmith's cross peen, 3 Ib
Ib hd wt.
FS 51= 59,20 -M_ 1
HAMMER, HAND engineer's cross peen.3 Ib
hd wt (Use FSN 5120-2423915 until e>-
HAMMER, HAND: sledge, blacksmith's, cross
peen, 12 lb hd wt.
HANDLE, FILE, WOOD: 1% in. dia, 4% in. Ig
o/a, med size.
HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH: hinged type, Y2
in. sq-drive end, 12~% in. Ig o/a.
HARDY I V m.w cutting
edge. %, in. so shk.
HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER: air, sm bore, nat-
ural or syn-ru inner conveying surface, 2 cot-
brd, black molded ru cover, 4 in. id, % in.
od, 25 ft Ig excel
br female fittings on
ea end, 150 psi wp.
IGNITER. FRICTION. wire frame style, rd file.
sgle flint, hooded type.
IGNITER, FRICTION: wire frame style, rd file,
single flint, hooded type (Use FSN 5120-190-
5540 until exhausted).
SNJ, 510 i502
TIRE. exposed bar indicator,
w deflating position calibrated
10 to 120 Ib range, 2 Ib
smallest grad div 10 to 40 Ib,
dual ft chuck
JACK, HYDRAULIC, HAND:
self-contained, 12 ton cap.,
11% in. closed h, 16% in.
extended h, sgle pump,
KEY SET, SOCKET HEAD SCREW: hex drive,
L-type hdl, w/case or ro, c/o 1 ea of the
Lg arm, ii
LIFTER-SCRAPER, BATTERY TERMINAL: 10/
in. Ig o/a.
LIGHT, EXTENSION: 15 ft Ig. 2 cond type SJ
cable, w btry clips I end. lampholder, guard,
hook, reflector, ru hdl. and sw other end, 25 w
med screw base lamp accommodated
In ** m .
SLIGHT, EXTENSION: 25 ft Ig 2 cond type SO
16 AWG cable, w/2 parallel blade plug con-
nector 1 end, lampholder, guard, hook, re-
flector, ru hdl, and sw other end, 100 w med
screw base lamp
LIGHT, IGNITION TIMING:
No. X47 or equal).
FSN 4930-274-5713 OILER, HAND PUMP 2
FSN 4930-253-2478 GUN, GREASE 2
FSN 4930-288-1511 ADAPTER, GREASE
FSN 4930-704-1852 LUBRICATOR,
FSN 5120-246-2311 TOOL, LUBRICATING
FSN 4930-377-6820 COUPLING, HYDRAULIC
FSN 4930-204-2550 ADAPTER, GREASE
FSN 4930-222-2680 GUN, FLUID, 11 oL'cap.
FSN 4930-223-3390 GUN, FLUID, 6 oz cap.
FSN 4730-0504208 FITTING,
LUBRICATION, HYDRAULIC 100
FSN 4730-2784216 ELBOW (Body),
LUBRICATION FITTING,45 Degree angle 25
FSN 4730-2784814 ELBOW (Body),
LUBRICATION FITTING,90 Degree angle 25
LUBRICATING UNIT. POWER OPERATED. air
operated, grease pressure dev 40 limes air
pressure applied 80 to 150
psi air pressure, 6 ft Ig lubr
hose w control valve and
hyd lubr ltting coupler. 60
Ib cap. lubr tank, dolly or
MEASURE, LIQUID: S, w/flex.
spout and flow control valve,
P water, acid, alcohol, oil,
and gasoline resistant
MULTIMETER. ptbl type general purpose. 0 to
5000 v ar dc in 5 sleps. 0 to 500 ma dc in
3 steps, 0 to 400000 ohms n 2 steps, 3 per.
cent accuracy on dc range. 5 percent accuracy
on ac range. 1000 ohms
per v ac and dc range
sensitivity, operates on
1.5 v Int btry, w two
48 in. Ig cables.
NIPPLE, PIPE: brass, cadmium-plated finish
u/w % in. pipe size, %-18NPSM rh, class 2
fit, 13( in. long o/a, %6 in. distance across
flats, Y in. Ig hex, % in. distance hex from
end, 30 deg angle of seat
OXYGEN, TECHNICAL 99.5 percent min assay
as oxygen, 220 to 240 cu ft cyl FSN 8120-285-
PADLOCK: When exhausted use FSN 5340- PULLER, GEAR, UNIVERSAL: gear and brg, sgle-
682-1508. end grip, 2 exter jaws, 0 to 14 in. spread
range, 14% in. reach. C
PADLOCK: pin tumbler type, individually keyed,
5000 key changes 1i in. w x I1 in. h br-bz
case, % in. clearance, .240 in. to .323 in. dia
br-bz shackle, w/clevis, chain, and 2 keys
(Use FSN 5340-682-1509 until exhausted).
PLIER, HOSE CLAMP: slip joint, w -2 positions,
X4 In. jaw thk.
7% in Ig o a.
PLIERS, BRAKE SPRING: comb. tool, hyd and
mechanical brake springs, replaceable S hook,
w/socket and guide end handles, 13% in. Ig.
PLIERS, RETAINING RING. snap ring, formed
PULLER, MECHANICAL gear and brg, dble-end
grip, 2 exter jaws 0 to 6 in. spread range,
3% in. reach.
PULLER, MECHANICAL: gear and brg, dble-end
grip, 2 exter jaws 0 to 8 in. spread range,
5% in. reach.
PULLER, MECHANICAL steering gear arm, 0
to 29', in. spread range, 3 in.
PULLER, STEERING WHEEL:
C shaped puller body,
PULLER KIT, MECHANICAL:
Wheel, w, short jaws stud
nut set, axle protector and
mtl bx. .
PUMP, BUCKET. LUBRICATING: hand operated,
25 to 50 Ib cap., 1500 psi pressure
w,'5 ft Ig hose and gooseneck
nozzle, w,leakproof cover and
loader fitting for grease gun.
PUMP, BUCKET, LUBRICATING:
hand operated, 25 to 50 Ib cap.,
7000 psi pressure, Y oz per
stroke w. 10 ft Ig hose, hyd
coupler, w/leak-proof cover and
PUNCH SET, HOLLOW: gasket cutting, 7
punches Y in. to % in. dia cut x 16 in.,
w mandrel, in case.
SAW, HAND, CROSSCUT: 24 in. Ig blade. 6 in.
w at butt, 14 in. w at pt, 10 pts per in.,
SCALE, DIAL INDICATING: weighing, hanging
type, 1 hook type load receiver, stght face
type dial grad 0 to 50 Ib in I Ib intervals, avdp
system, spg type mech, w'o counterpoise
SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: plastic hdl, w/
wrench grip, % in. w flared lip.
SCREWDRIVER SET, CROSS TIP, STRAIGHT
AND OFFSET: Phillips No. 1. 2. 3. and 4 size
tips, plastic hdls, c'o 1 ea of the following-
REPAIR TOOL PNEUMATIC TIRE VALVE: for std
RETRIEVING TOOL, MAGNETIC telescoping
1 and 2
3 and 4
SEPARATOR, OIL AND WATER,
SPRAY GUN: 1 regulator, corrosion
resistant materiel, wall type mtg.
SHEARS, BENT TRIMMER'S: S blade and hdl,
w/2 sharp pointed blade ends,
12 in. Ig o/a.
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH: Y in. square-
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH: u/o power tools
(When Wrench, Impact, Electric, FSN 5130-
596-9821 is no longer repairable, then turn
sq drive hex opng
SOCKET SET, SOCKET WRENCH: i in. sq-
drive, 12 pt opngs,
deep style,w/case, c/o
1 ea of the following:
Opng, in .
FSN 5120-243-7351 Y2
FSN 5120-243-7348 X6
FSN 5120-235-5898 %Y
FSN 5120-243-7346 '%6
FSN 5120-242-3349 %4
FSN 5120-243-7342 %/
FSN 5120-243-7343 '1%
FSN 5120-243-7340 1
FSN 5120-243-7341 1X6
FSN 5120-243-7339 1%
SOLDERING IRON, ELECTRIC: 1% Ib, Y in. dia
py pt tip, setscrew fastening, 115 v, ac.
SOLDERING IRON, NONELECTRIC: cop. py pt,
2 Ib wt per pr, w/hdl.
SPRAY GUN, PAINT: hand operated nonbleeder
type, exter mix type .air cap., 7 to 8 cfm air
consumption at 50 to 60 Ib pressure, al body,
Y-18NPSH air connec-
tion and Y-18NPSH
STENCIL SET, MARKING: 45 adj mtl stencils,
letters A thru Z, numerals 0 thru 9, 1 amper-
sand, apostrophe, comma, period, spacer, and
4 end pc.
STONE, SHARPENING: comb. type, syn, al-oxide
or silicon carbide, oil-treated, coarse and fine
grit, 6 in. Ig x 2 in. w x 1 in. thk o/a.
STUD REMOVER AND SETTER: wedge type, %
in. to % in. stud dia
range, Y in. female
TAPE, MEASURING: S, tree circ measuring
type, 20 ft Ig x % in. w, grad in std units of
in. and ft, 1/100 ft increments, Ih to rh read-
ing, w/case, non-
butt end type, hand
TESTER, ANTIFREEZE SOLUTIONS: for multi-
solution testing, 2 float type, 1 bbl, w/ther-
mometer, minus 60 deg F. to plus 160 deg F.
temp range, w/con-
version table and
chart, integral type,
TESTER, BATTERY ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION:
sgle-bbl, w/thermometer and correction scale
an integral part, specific gravity range 1.150
to 1.350, minus 65 to
plus 165 deg F. temp
range, automotive and -h
COMPRESSION: direct type.
TESTER, INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE: un-
mounted, for testing manifold vacuum and
fuel pump pressure 0 to 8 Ib pressure and
0 to 27 in. vacuum
ga scale ranges,
TESTER, SPRING RESILIENCY: ptbl, tests ten-
sion type spg, weighing scale type, manually
operated, hook load receiver, marked in oz,
0 to 80 oz range of grad, 1 oz smallest in-
TEST SET, GENERATOR AND VOLTAGE REGU-
LATOR, AUTOMOTIVE: measurements of volt-
age and cur. in the low tension circuits of
6/12/24 v test, ammeter 3 to 0 to 10 amp,
15 to 0 to 50 amp, 30 to 0 to 100 amp, and
150 to 0 to 500 amp ranges, voltmeter 0 to
1 v, 0 to 10 v, 0 to 20 v, and 0 to 50 v ranges,
S, 15 in. Ig x 18 in. w x 12 in. h, for general
purpose use, w/carrying case.
TEST SET, TACHOMETER-DWELL ptbl type,
tachometer scale 0 to 1000 rpm range of
numerical markings w/20 ;pm smallest incre-
ment and 0 to 5000 rpm range of numerical
markings w/100 rpm smallest increment,
dwell meter scale 0 to 50 deg range of nu-
merical markings w/1 deg smallest incre-
ment, nonluminiferous, 30 to 80 deg range of
w/2 deg smallest in-
ferous 10% in. Ig x
8% in. wx 43f6 in. h.
THREADING SET, PIPE: rht rect 2 pc diestock
dies, diestock w/adj guide.
- 518-3 751
,'ll .~.. s
Die, thread cutting,
Diestock: 32 to 44 in.
o/a Ig tap, thread cut-
ting, thd size
TRY FSN 5180-357-
THREADING SET, SCREW: rd split dies, rh, c'/o
1 ea of the following:
THREADING SET, SCREW: rd split type dies,
plug type taps, c/o 1 ea of the following:
THE AIR COMPRESSOR ANP GENERATOR
USED WITH THIS TOOL KIT ARE IN YOUR TOE
e, thread cutting, FSN 5140322-5976 Case, threading set die,
thd size thread cutting, thd size
4-20NC FSN 5136-1893194 %-28NF
%-18NC FSN 5136-189-3195 )-24NF S
%-16NC FSN 5136-189-3196 Y-24NF
6-14NC FSN 5136-189-3197 g-20NF
Y-13NC FSN 5136-189-3198 -20NF
T-12NC FSN 5136-189-3199 %-18NF
%-11NC FSN 5136-189-3200 %-18NF
%-10NC FSN 5136-189-3201 Y-16NF
%-9NC FSN 5136-189238 .-14NF
1.0-8NC FSI 5136-20090 1.012NF
stock, Die Dia, o/a FSN 5136-189-3239 1.0-14NS
Ig in. Diestock o. a Ig, in.
FSN 5136-224-7113 12 to 18
20 to 28 FSN 5136-224-7114 22 to32
22 to 32 Tap, thread cutting:
thread cutting: Plug Plug type, thd size
type thd, size FSN 5136-580-7360 Y-28NF
%-20NC FSN 5136-580-7359 5'(-24NF
6-18NC FSN 5136-555-8910 %-24NF
%-16NC FSN 5136-5807182 u-20NF
6-14NC FSN 5136-580-7184 Y-20NF
Y-13NC FSN 5136-580-7186 ,-18NF
f-12NC FSN 5136-555-3177 %-18NF
%-11NC FSN 5136-580-7342 %-16NF
3-10NC FSN 5136-580-7188 .-14NF
7-9NC FSN 5136-820-2998 10-12NF
1.0-8NC FSN 5136-580-7343 1.0-14NS
ch, tap and reamer, Wrench, tap and reamer,
Sbolt tap holding adj bolt tap holding .
capacity, in. capacity, In.
No. 8 to % FSN 5120-289-0539 No. 8 to %
4Xto1% FSN 5120-289-537 % tolU/8
THREADING SET, SCREW: rd thd: rd split type
taps, c.,o the following:
Die, thread cutting,
FSN 5136-283-2538 No. 6-32NC
FSN 5136418-2689 No 8-32NC
FSN 5136-618-2690 No. 1024NC
FSN 5136418-2691 No. 10-32NF
FSN 5136-618-2692 No 12-24NC
FSN 5136-221-1236 Diestock: 6 to 8 in.
THEY HAVE oa Ig
THEIR OWN LIN'S. Tap, thread cutting,
FSN 5136836-8849 No. 6-32NC
FSN 513-836-8650 No. 8-32NC
FSN 5136-585-6760 No 10-24NC
FSN 5136-228-1008 No. 1032NF
FSN 5136-836-8651 No. 12-24NC
FSN 5120-357-9168 Wrench, tap and reamer,
adj: bolt tap holding cap
No. 0 to Y in.
TIRE IRON: 18 in. Ig o/a.
TIRE IRON. curved bead breaker. 33 m. Ig o a.
TIRE IRON: curved fl type, 24 in. Ig o/a
TIRE IRON: dble end type. 18 in. Ig o 'a.
I ,'1 ]rbb C
Case. mtl. 15'.& in. Ig
Crimping tool. terminal,
hand: 22 thru 10 AWG
wire size accommodated
0063 dia, in remover
0 120 dia, in remover
0 187 dia. in remover
Stripper. wire, hand: 22
to 8 AWG stripping range
TIRE IRON: lock ring, 40 in. Ig o/a.
TOOL KIT, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR: I stripper
and cutter, 3 removers, and I plier, in mtl
TOOL KIT, AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL: c o 1 ea of the following:
FSN 5120-5402484 PLIERS, SLIP JOINT: 5 in. size.
FSN 5120-238-2140 SCREWDRIVER, FLAT TIP: a in.
w flared tip, 2 in Ig blade.
WRENCH, OPEN END, FIXED:
Opngs, in. Thd ha, in. Lg, in.
6 and I
% and '
Y and 4
Y and K
% and Y
TORCH OUTFIT, CUTTING AND WELDING.
FS:cra~an 3433781 Cnitn f
HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER:
HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER:
TORCH SET, CUTTING AND WELDING.
VISE, MACHINISTS: swv-base, 4 in. w jaw, 6 in.
jaw opng. replaceable
VULCANIZER, HOT PATCH: bench or wall mtd,
quick acting clamp type, w/tu roughing tool.
WHEEL, ABRASIVE: sp, al-oxide. 24 gr, No. 14
open gr spacing, resinoid bond, gr U. 7 in. dia
o/a, 2% in dia recess, & in Ihk o a, % in.
dia arbor hole
WRENCH, AUTO, ADJUSTABLE: 0 to 3% in. jaw
opng, 15 in. Ig o/a.
Deg of angle,
WRENCH. BOX: angular offset dble-hd type, WRENCH, PIPE: adj jaw style.
12 pp opngs.o a. p o. a.
opngs Igo a. In ips Ig o a.
WRENCH, BOX: dble-offset dble-hd type, 13%
in. and 1~6 in. 12 pt opngs, 173 in. Ig o/a.
WRENCH, BOX- half moon dble-hd type, %6 in.
and ,/8 in. 12 pt opngs. 6'/ in Ig o/a.
WRENCH, OPEN END, ADJUSTABLE- sgle4hd
type. 0 to 1.135 in. opng, 10 in. Ig o a.
WRENCH. OPEN END. ADJUSTABLE. type, 0
to 1.322 n. opng, 12 in Ig o a.
WRENCH, OPEN END, FIXED: dble-hd type,
15 deg angle.
Irr~n*^ ^ i^Miii~iiyi
WRENCH, SPANNER: adj hook type, fixed pivot
pt, % in. to 2 in. circle dia, % in. thk hook.
WRENCH, TORQUE- rigid frame end drive style.
w/rtc adpl. w visual dial indicating tor mech,
Y in. male sq-drive, 175 ft-lb cap. w case.
WRENCH, TORQUE: rigid frame end drive style,
w/visual dial indicating tor mech, % in. male
sq-drive, 0 to 600 ft-lb cap., w/case.
WRENCH, WHEEL, STUD NUT, GEARED SOCKET:
36 in. tubr hdl, 20 in. bar hdl.
Y' NOW, REPEAT
.AFTER ME ....Z WILL
PULL ON A WRENCH
... NOT PUSH.
WRENCH SET, IMPACT, HAND: torque type, % in. sq-drive,
reverse ratchet type wrench, 800 Ib torque, w/sockets,
handle attachments and case.
EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5130449-6656 6 41-70780
N/A 9 41-70781
FSN 5130449-6657 12 41-70775
LAIEIS1UIl: SarPlIL run IUn1TNC
N/A STUDS 42-70704
N/A LINK, OFFSET, SHORT 41-70783
N/A LINK, OFFSET, LONG 41-70783-1
N/A WRENCH, BOX 41-00787-6
N/A WRENCH, BOX 41-00787-8
N/A WRENCH, BOX 41-00787-11
WRENCH SET, OPEN END, FIXED: dble-hd type,
15 deg angle of head, w/ro, c/o 1 ea of the
Opngs, in. Ig, in.
FSN 5120-277-2342 % and 6 4%
FSN 5120-187-7123 6 and % 5
FSN 5120-187-7124 2 and 6 5%
FSN 5120-187-7126 & and% 6
FSN 5120-277-8301 % and 16 7
FSN 5120-224-3102 % andY 7
FSU 5120-240-5609 % and % 83%
FSN 5120-187-7131 % and%'K 10
FSN 5120-277-2693 '%6 and 1% 10%
FSN 5120-187-7133 1 and 1l 11%
vv FOR THE NUT
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH:
Opngs, ir. Mfr p/n
N 5130-227-6701 % 69241
N 5130-227-667 1'6 69261
N 5130-227-6677 % 69281
N 5130-293-1411 %K 69301
N 5130-227-6679 1 69321
N 5130-293-1412 1K, 69341
N 5130-227-6681 1% 69361
N 5130-293-1413 1, 69381
N 5130-2276683 1% 69401
N 5130-227-6684 1N, 69421
N 5130-227-6685 1% 69441
N 5130-2274686 18 6 69461
N 5130-236-3979 1% 69481
WRENCH, IMPACT MANUAL, 750
N/A MANUAL, TECHNICAL
N/A BOX, TOOL KIT
WRENCH SET, SOCKET; 4 in. sq-drive, hex and 8
pt opngs, w case, c o I ea of the following:
HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5120-221-7957 4% L in
FSN 5120-221-7960 5& ,
FSN 5120-243-1686 UNIVERSAL JOINT,
SOCKET WRENCH: 1.) in. Ig.
FSN 5140-357-5468 BOX, SOCKET WRENCH SET
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH: Opngs, in. shape
FSN 5120-236-2262 G hex
FSN 5120-236-2263 3 hex
FSN 5120-236-2264 /4 hex
FSN 5120-189-7906 '4 8pt
FSN 5120-242-3345 4 hex
FSN 5120-232-5703 ( hex
FSN 5120-189-7907 8 pt
FSN 5120-232-5704 %3 hex
FSN 5120-241-3186 ,/ hex
FSN 5120-189-7908 3,/ 8pl
FSN 5120-2390016 3 hex
EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH: Lg, in.
FSN 5120-227-8105 2
FSN 5120-243-7325 6
WRENCH SET, SOCKET: % in. sqdrive, 12 pt opngs, w/case c/o 1.ea of the following.
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH: N
FSN 5120-232.5711 ) (
FSN 5120-2274702 %
FSN 5120-2274703 X4
FSN 5120.2374077 Y2 4
FSN 5120-2276704 X6
FSN 5120-2374973 Y
FSN 5120-232-5706 %
FSN 5120227-6705 %4
FSN 5120-243-7332 BIT, SCREWDRIVER:
1% in. Ig
WRENCH SET, SOCKET: % in sq-diive. 12 pt
opngs, w case. c o I ea of the following:
EXTENSION. SOCKET WRENCH.
FSN 5120-273-9208 31
FSN 5120-243-7328 8
FSN 5120-227-8079 16
S HANDLE. SOCKET WRENCH.
FSN 5120-249-1076 18
.FSN 5120499-8544 18/
FSN 5120-221-7959 20%
FSN 5120-243-1687 UNIVERSAL JOINT.
4,6 in Ig.
SOCKET, SOCKET WRENCH:
- *96 *deS *^
FSN 5120-184-8384 CROWFOOT ATTACH-
MENT, SOCKET WRENCH.
FSN 5120-184-8397 CROWFOOT ATTACH-
MENT, SOCKET WRENCH.
EXTENSION, SOCKET WRENCH:
FSN 5120-2274107 6 /CL ATE
FSN 5120-243-1693 9 WIPE 'EM
FSN 5120-273-9205 18 WITH AN
HANDLE, SOCKET WRENCH: nOILY RAG
Lg, in. W.
FSN 5120-241-3143 7
FSN 5120-240-5396 8
FSN 5120-2374969 16
FSN 5120-224-215 UNIVERSAL JOINT,
THE REEL FACTS ON..
STAY SIMPLE ONLY IF
THEY'RE HANDLED RIGHT!
ABUSE THEM AND YOU'VE
GOT NOTHING BUT
ROPE AND CABLE
A bum cable worth $100 can foul up a $50,000 crane, dela. a % hole Engineer
platoon, maybe road-block a couple of battalions of gun-r)pe troops .small
item, big trouble.
So have an eye at your crane hoist, wrecker, MHE, or such and see how that
cable is doing. Look at:
SHEAVES Groove binding, not allow.
ing cable to run easily; undersize wheel
pulling cable out of shape under load,
worn groove chafing cable; broken
groove sizes cutting cable; unlubed
sheave bearings locking pulley and
causing cable to burn and fray.
BEARINGS Unlubed, worn out, fro-
zen and burning up wire or wobbling
to cause cuts on block plates.
END CLIPS Not mounted right (U-bolt
on working side of cable or staggered
between clips, causing dead end to zig-
zag); bolls and nuts loose. Z/
SL-a r^^1 /
^C a ^
WIRES AND STRANDS No lube, caked
with worn-off metal and mud; individual
wires breaking; more than half the wires
in any single strand broken; strands
separating from pulled-out kinks or fray.
ing after crushing under track cleats;
wire burned or stretched out of shape
by overload. -
What sou can't see, the core, is
probably ailing if you find lubrica-
tion bad. That core is a cushion and
spacer and vibration killer. It's nor
an oil wick or "crankcase;" the oil
in it goes here to keep the core
Plenrn of clean, fresh oil is the
word for the whole cable nol
old engine oil. nix. no! Used oil
contains corrosives that will chew
up the cable and rot our the core.
AND ALL THE FIXTURES
Noa see whar's doing with
your cable's near neighbors.
END CONNECTORS Wires broken
from vibration or strain; hairline cracks
in connector eyes; excess wear from
vibrating under load.
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BEAT THE DRUM
The way your cable winds on the
drum- be it crane, retriever, or what- LIF
ever-has something to do with its LA
good health, too.
If your cable is wound so the strands
turn to the right as you look down it, RI
it's Right Lay; if they go left, it's Left L
A Right Lay cable hooks onto the OVERWIND
right side of a drum that turns as if it
were a barrel you were rolling along,
and the cable comes in under the bot.- LEFT LAY RIGHT LAY
tom. On such a drum, the cable hooks UNDERWIND
on the left side if it's Left Lay, and that
kind of spooling-on is called Under-
wind. LET LAY RIGHT LAY
Overwind drums, which spool on the cable over the top and turn the opposite
direction, take Left Lay rope fastened to the right side, and Right Lay fastened
a; the left.
That's done so the cable won't tend to unwind itself as it goes on the drum,
nor wind so tight there's extra tension. It helps keep down kinks, too.
Like lots of good things, this deal has a catch. The catch is, you don't want
to put more cable on a drum than you'll need, because winding a second and
third layer on does cause crushing, grinding, and such. If you do need a long
line, there's no choice .. grin and bear it.
Those extra shoelaces you lift with.called slings,
often get brutal treatment rhat helps nobody, too.
STORAGE -Slings left in
damp corners, instead of hung
up on rarks; tangled and kinky
lines ol all sizes stacked to-
USE Sling too short or too
small diameter for a lob,
lines left dangling from snatch A ,
blocks after use; slings un
lubed after use.
Use long enough slings so's you don'l ever have an angle
over 45 at the hook or lit eye That cuts down strain and
And if your sling rubs on sharp corners, use pads Ito pro-
tect the sling LEtra sling loops can help only load 'em
equally to share the weight and stva level
APPEARANCE Rust, dry oil and dirt mixed in strands: loops lett to lorm kinks;
strands broken; clips on ends ol made-up slings on wrong; or more of the wires
in one strand broken, mud caked; crushed.
LOOK AT THE HOOK
Naturally the business end of your hoist or retriever counts, so have a gander
at the hook block or hook and eye, whichever-
SWIVEL Insecure ing from overloads or
mating to cable end; jerky use; cracks in
cracks in swivel base base of eye; excess
or socket. wear at friction points;
HOSS-iRADIN' TIME binding and abrasion.
But there comes a day when you do have to change out cable. Then be sure
you unreel it right. The idea is, you don't want loops and kinks.
Jack up big supply spools-drums with a ton or so of cable-and roll the
line off the bottom, unless you've a helper to act like a brake on the reel. In
that case, your helper can keep too much from spooling off by holding tension
on the line, and you can reel it off either bottom or top.
For small sections, tied down free ends and moving the coil like the wheel
is good. If you do catch a loop forming, hand-straighten.
And if you can get fingers on a copy of TM 5-725, Rigging, sleep with it
under your pillow. When you're not sleeping, read it.
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The oil pressure gage on your 6,000-
lb Anthony or Chrysler model rough
terrain forklift may be lying to you.
The gage may read "in the red" when
the engine's idling, and yet the oil pres-
sure's not too low.
The engine oil pressure increases as
the RPM increases. As a rule of thumb,
you should have 1V2 pounds of pres-
sure for each 100 RPM.
With the engine and the oil at operat-
ing temperature and at idle speed (700
'RPM), the gage should read between
12 to 18 pounds.
So keep this in mind when you do
your daily PM services, because TM
10-3930-242-12 (Mar 66), says normal
engine oil pressure for your forklift is
40 to 60 lbs. But that's only with the
engine running at the governed speed
of 2800 RPM.
18 TO 20 POUNDS
AT IPLE 4
TVTT PTU nRTVTN(r ATT)
Here's a tent pin driving aid we use when we
drive tent pins In hard ground. We've found that
we don't have to replace broken pins as often when
we usethis aid. You can make it by welding a scrap-
iron cap on a 5-in piece of 2-in ID galvanized pipe.
Now all you have to do is place it over the pin
and start pounding.
1SG George A. Blatchford
Co B, 50th Maint Bn
(Ed Note-If you use a Y8-in thick piece of carbon steel plate, Mil-S-22698,
Class A, Type I, hot rolled, FSN 9515-153-3223, on that galvanized pipe there
is less danger of steel chips flying from the cap. Cut the plate so 5V inch of it
will go inside the pipe and inch will be sticking out the top. Then weld it
all the way round so it will stay put.)
' Editor, a real handy tool for c"ing asnd
oa've dsal .olhn- uweld also
W e vis teel and aluminum high nicke
a sug ainde ss sle and dutile hig
a le d cbras. elds uncoated carbon
alloy, copper an d
he I uses a cop r air tor melt and blast
electrode d h .pressbe long, sweaty
electrode an And, it changes sy work.
away the o ld. mutes of fast,
"hours f hard WOrk t
"*At. +. Cao" TCW2 G. Lantrip & .
* To make the tool we used:
A brass drain cock, 4-NPT A ie coulin NPT
(FSN 40436 w/o ii~i\ / A pipe coupling, 4-NPT,
(FSN 4820-142-3036) w/o W-P-521, Type 1 (FSN 4730-
threads on free flow end. 639-9167)
Approximately 12-in of Ys-in Air Hose
copper tubing (FSN 4710-606-
7915, Fed Spec WW-T-775).
Insulation, electrical, adhe- zO Hose Clamp Si
sive tape, 3-in wide (FSN (FSN 4730-844-2221. 357"
Iver solder (FSN 3439-224-
One end of the tube, bent to hook
down, goes through the hole in the
holder's jaw so the air blast hits where
the electrode meets the work. The tube
extends about Vs-in through the hole.
The tube should be soldered in place if
it's not a snug fit.
The other end of the tube is soldered
to the front of the drain cock, which
serves as a shut-off valve.
The coupling is soldered to the back
of the drain cock to take the line from
the air supply.
The air-line attachment is taped or
clamped to the handle of the electrode
holder. The tool can be used with an
air compressor or a vehicle's air system.
It can take 40-100 PSI.
The tool must be used from left to
right and the welder must always wear
These FSN's will get you twelve inch
long carbon electrodes:
FSN 3439-262-4227, '6-in dia
FSN 3439-262-4294, Y-in dia
FSN 3439-262-4228, %-in dia
(Ed Note-Good deal. The home-made air-line attachment can also be used with
a collet "stub saver" electrode holder. See TB 9-3439-203/1, 18 May 67).
*b^^^b ,. Eq
What symbol do we use for the next-
lubrication-due entry in block 3a on DA
2408-1 daily? It's all alphabet soup to me.
PFC L. 1. F.
Dear Private L. I. F.,
Easy, now! Block 3a on DA 2408-1
daily is used tohelp you coordinate the
next-lube-due with the next periodic
PM service due-whenever that's pos-
sible within the authorized 10 percent
So... if a lubrication (based on hours
or miles) falls due before the next
periodic PM service (by more'n 10 per-
cent) use L in block 3a. But if the lube
can be coordinated with the periodic
PM called for in the equipment TM,
use the letter that stands for that service.
For equipment that has only S (semi-
annual) services, use L for a lube that
falls due before the service-S when
the lube and the service are scheduled
together. For equipment that has only
Q (quarterly) services, use L for a lube
that falls due before the Q and Q for
a lube coordinated with the Q. You'd
also use L or M (and sometimes L or
W) in a similar way if the equipment
L /,O0 aIcT 67
...i ME'" WHEN LUME
THAT PM SERVIE...
has M (monthly) or W (weekly) peri-
due (block 3c). "" W
SERVICE TAT ES
It makes a difference which .50 caliber
machine gun you have mounted on your
tank. If you have one of the M2 HBTT
(like on an M48A3 tank) you load it with
the ammo belt's double loop leading. If
it is an M85 (like on the M60 tanks) you
load with the open side of the link down
and the single loop leading. This is the
latest dope regardless of what you may
have seen in PS or any other place.
S13/15 7an4e4t& oe
Make it FSN 4720-906-8939 for Hose,
air cleaner preheat air, you see on page
9 in TM 5-2805-204-24P (Nov 65). Then
you'll get the right item-the lower air
cleaner hose for your M131A5 semi-
trailer's pumping engine.
2411/ attery FSN
Hey, all you owners of PU's 236, 409,
618M and 620M-besides plain ol' SF-
5.0-MD 5KW Military Design generator
sets-on your 24-volt electrical system,
the 4 HN battery FSN's changed. It was
FSN 6140-066-4984. It's now FSN 6140-
059-3528, in Ch 2 (Aug 67) to SC 6135/
What happens when somebody makes
a mistake and connects the fire extin-
guisher lines with the fuel lines on the
M88 tank recovery vehicle?
Somebody could get killed is what
That's why MWO 9-2320-222-20/2
(Oct 67) was written.
If your tracked vehicle repairman
hasn't already put this MWO on your
M88 see that he does it-but pronto.
The MWO arranges the fire extin-
guisher and fuel line quick disconnects
so you won't make a mistake in hooking
l4cohe 5r aDieselU
Diesel fuel systems get extra cold pro-
tection with alcohol. That's the word
from USATACOM in TWX 1-23033 (23
Jan 68). Para 41, Ch 1 (Feb 63) to TM
9-207 is changed to delete the caution
against alcohol. You use 1/2 pint of al-
cohol per 10 gallons of diesel fuel below
32f. It's Alcohol, denatured, Grade III,
FSN 6810-543-7415 (1 gal), FSN 6810-
201-0907 (5 gal), FSN 6810-201-0904
(54 gal). Remember to add the fuel on
top of the alcohol.
Would You Stake Your Life Aon
the Condition of Your Equipment?
o... oD TURN OFF YOUR RADIOS
BA YOU TURN OFF YOUR ENGINE!