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TM  10-3930-643-34 GENERAL  MAINTENANCE  PROCEDURES.  (cont) Section II. STANDARD TOOL REQUIREMENTS 2-4. Tool Kits. The following are general practices regarding the use of tools. a. To prevent personal injury and damage to tools always use the proper tool for the task being performed. b. Be sure to keep tools clean and lubricated. Following  this  practice will reduce wear and prevent rust. c. Keep track of your tools. Do not be careless with them. d. Return tools to tool box when you are finished with repair or mainte- nance. e. Return tool boxes to tool storage when not in use. f. Inventory tools before and after each use. g. Use the tool kit specified in the procedure. It contains the tools you will need to complete the maintenance task. The three authorized tool kits used to perform maintenance on this vehicle are: (1) Shop Equipment, Automotive Maintenance and Repair: Organizational Maintenance,  Common  No.  1,  Less  Power  (NSN  4910-00-754-0654). (2) Shop Equipment, Automotive Maintenance and Repair: Organizational Maintenance,  Common  No.  2,  Less  Power  (NSN  4910-00-754-0650). (3)  Tool  Kit,  General  Mechanic’s  Automotive  (NSN  5180-00-177-7033). h. Some maintenance tasks require special or fabricated tools. The initial page of the task will name any special or fabricated tool needed for that procedure. Use these special tools only for the maintenance tasks for which they are designed or called out. Personnel should be carefully instructed in the use of these tools. 2-4

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