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16-23. ATTACHMENT CYLINDER REPAIR
This Task Covers:
a. Disassembly
c. Inspection
b. Cleaning
d. Assembly
INITIAL SETUP
Materials/Parts (Cont)
Tools and Special Tools
Solvent, Drycleaning P-D-680
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's: Automotive
(Item 52, Appendix B)
(Item 23, Appendix D)
Container, 5 gal (19 l) capacity
Wrench Set, Spanner, (Item 26, Appendix D)
Nut
Packing, Preformed
Equipment Condition
Packing, Preformed
Attachment cylinder removed
Packing, Preformed
(TM 10-3930-673-20)
Seal
Seal
Materials/Parts
Hydraulic Oil (Item 30, Appendix B)
Personnel Required
Rags, Lint-free (Item 34, Appendix B)
Two
Loctite #271 (Item 42, Appendix B)
a. Disassembly.
1
(1)
Use a vise with soft jaws to secure
4
cylinder in a horizontal position for
7
disassembly.
8
7
WARNING
9
Hydraulic oil, under pressure, can
remain within cylinder after
disconnecting hydraulic hoses. To
3
avoid severe personal injury, slowly
loosen counterbalance valve and
6
allow pressure to escape before
2
removing valve entirely.
5
TR01311
(2)
Relieve pressure in cylinder by
slowly removing counterbalance
valve (1). Drain residual oil through valve holes into a suitable container.
(3)
Disassemble cylinder parts (2 through 16).
CAUTION
Do not scratch or damage the wear surface of rod, piston or gland. Follow this precaution
to prevent failure of the cylinder.
(a)
Pull rod (2) out approximately 5 in. (12.7 cm) for removal of gland (3).

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