TM10-3930-660-34 (2) Oil seals are generally damaged during removal, so cleaning will not be necessary since new seals will be used in assembly. g.  Bearings. (1) Bearings require special cleaning.  After removing surface oil and gum deposits, place bearings in hot oil (140 F) to loosen congealed oil and grease.  Wipe all bearings dry.  Do not use compressed air.  After cleaning, coat bearings with oil, wrap in paper, and hold for inspection. (2) Refer to TM9-214 for information and care of bearings. h.  Machine Tooled Parts. (1) Clean machine tooled parts with dry cleaning solvent (P-D-680). (2) Dry surfaces with compressed air. i.  Machined Surfaces. (1) Clean machined surfaces with dry cleaning solvent (P-D-680). (2) Dry surfaces with compressed air. j.  Mated Surfaces. (1) Remove old gasket and/or sealing compound using wire brush and dry cleaning solvent (P-D-680). (2) Lightly oil and wrap all parts subject to rust before storing. k.  Rusted Surfaces.  Clean all rusted surfaces using wire brush and crocus cloth. l.  Oil Bathed Internal Parts.  Wipe oil bathed internal parts clean with lint free cloth. m.  Air Actuated Internal Parts.  Wipe air actuated internal parts clean with lint free cloth. n.  Externally Exposed Parts.  Wash these parts with soap and water.  Rinse thoroughly and air dry. 2-11.INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS. a.  General.  All components and parts must be carefully checked to determine if they are serviceable for reuse, if they can be repaired, or if they must be scrapped. b.  Drilled and Tapped (Threaded) Holes. (1) Inspect for wear, distortion (stretching), cracks or any other damage in or around holes. (2) Inspect threaded areas for wear, distortion or evidence of cross-threading. 2-20