Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
at center of car when loading two on one flatcar.
Dismantling for Movement
d. Block superstructure(s) on car and add tiedowns
a. Obtain flatcar (50 ft min. length) with wooden
in manner prescribed by American Association of
floors laid over sills, durable stake pockets and without
ends or sides.
b. Attach sling to superstructure (fig. 4-2), and lift
As the superstructures are 12 feet wide,
special routing instructions must be obtained
prior to shipment by rail.
Lifting device used must have 25,000 lb
minimum capacity. Be sure special clamp is
Reinstallation After Movement
installed before lifting end bay.
Upon reaching new worksite, unload (para 4-1), unpack
c. Position superstructure with weight load
(para 4-2), inspect and service the superstructure (para
centered on flatcar, except when loading two end bays
on one flatcar. Two interior bays on one flatcar must be
double-checked. Folded end of the end bays should be
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
clamp, and the superstructure's sling assembly. These
Tools and Equipment
are listed in Section III of Appendix B, and their use is
There are no basic issue tools or repair parts issued with
or authorized for the superstructures.
Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts
Special Tools and Equipment
Organizational maintenance repair parts are listed and
The only special tools or equipment required by the
illustrated in TM 5-5420-205-20P.
organizational maintenance personnel for removal and
installation of the superstructures are the link assembly
Section IV. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to lubrication instructions in paragraphs 3-1 and
3-2. Lubricate in accordance with Lubrication Order LO
Section V. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
4-10. Quarterly Preventive Maintenance Services
This section contains a tabulated listing of the
Refer to figure 3-2(1) through (3) for location of items to
preventive maintenance services which must be
be serviced on superstructure models 2195-1 and 2195-
performed by organizational maintenance personnel at
2, and to figures 3-3(1) through (3) for models 2271 and
quarterly intervals. A quarterly interval is equal to 3
calendar months, or 250 hours of operation, whichever