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TM 10-3930-664-24 3-68.  SIDESHIFT CYLINDER REPAIR This task covers: Disassembly, Cleaning, Inspection, Repair, and Assembly INITIAL SETUP: Tools and Test Equipment: Equipment Condition: General Mechanics Tool Kit (1, App.  E) Sideshift cylinder removed Torque Wrench (34, App.  E) (para.  2-160) Spanner Wrench (31, App.  E) Materials / Parts: Lubricating Oil (16, App.  C) Grease (10, App.  C) Emery Cloth (7, App.  C) Seal Kit, P/N 9110-34 (1 ea.) A.  DISASSEMBLY 1. Place    cylinder    clevis    in    a    vice    with    clevis perpendicular   to   vise   jaws.      Support   cylinder barrel  (1).    Pull  rod  assembly  (2)  out  of  barrel until completely extended. 2. Using   a    screwdriver,    pry    up    lockwire    (3)    to enable  removal  from  freelift  cylinder.    Using  a spanner wrench, unscrew gland (8) until lockwire is completely removed. CAUTION Use care when extracting and handling   rod   assembly   components to prevent damage. 3. Remove  rod  assembly  (2)  from  barrel  (1)  and place   clevis   end   of   rod   assembly   in   a   vise. Support rod assembly. 4. Remove nut (4) from rod assembly (2).  Remove piston (5) and gland (8). 5. Remove  and  discard  wear  ring  (6),  piston  seal (7), O-ring (9), backup ring (10), seal (11), wiper (12), and O-ring (13). 3-228

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