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TM 10-3930-664-24 B.  CLEANING Clean sideshift cylinder components in accordance with paragraph 1-24. C.  INSPECTION 1. Conduct overall inspection of sideshift cylinder components in accordance with paragraph 1-24. 2. Inspect used piston seals for signs of scoring.  If seals are scored, examine barrel for damage.  If barrel is scored it must be replaced. D.  REPAIR 1. Repair   of   the   sideshift   cylinder   consists   of   removal   and   replacement   of   defective,   deformed,   or   damaged components. 2. Replace all rings, wipers, and seals with new components from seal kit. E.  ASSEMBLY 1. Lubricate new O-ring (13) with clean lubricating oil and install onto rod assembly (2). 2. Install  new  seal  (11),  wiper  (12),  and  backup  ring  (10)  onto  gland  (8).    Lubricate  new  O-ring  (9)  with  clean lubricating oil and install. 3. Install new piston seal (7) and wear ring (6) onto piston (5). 4. Lubricate I.D.  of gland (8) and piston (5) with grease and install onto rod assembly (2). 5. Install clevis end of rod assembly (2) in a vise.  Install piston nut (4) and torque to 163 to 180 ft-lbs (220 to 243 Nm). CAUTION Use  care  when  installing  piston  assembly  (2)  to  prevent  damage  to  seals,  rings,  and  inside  of cylinder barrel (1).  Lock ring groove in barrel may contain small burrs.  Deburr using emery cloth. 6. Lubricate O.D.  of piston (5) and gland (8) with grease.  Carefully install barrel (1) over rod assembly (2). 7. Tap  gland  (8)  into  barrel  (1)  until  it  seats.    Insert  lockwire  (3)  through  barrel  slot  and  into  hole  in  gland.    Using spanner wrench, rotate gland to the right until lockwire is completely installed. FOLLOW-ON MAINTENANCE: Install sideshift cylinder (para.  2-160) END OF TASK 3-229

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