Table 4-1. Organizational Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Total man-hours required 2.2
ITEM TO BE INSPECTED
(M / H)
Figure 3-2(1) thru (3) illustrates items for models 2195-1 and 2195-2. Figures 3-3(1)i thru (3) illustrates items for models
2271 and 2272. Figure item number is same as sequence number.
Lubricate in accordance with LO 5-420-205-15.
HOSES AND FITTINGS
Inspect for cracks and leaks. Tighten loose fittings. Replace worn
or frayed hoses.
TUBING AND FITTINGS
Inspect tubing and fittings for cracks and leaks. Tighten loose or
Clean and inspect for damage.
Inspect for damage or leaks. Replace a defective cylinder.
Clean and inspect for damage. Replace damaged curbing.
LOCKING PINS AND GUIDES
Clean, inspect and lubricate. Replace damaged or defective pins
Lubricate the superstructure spline 112, fig. 3-1(4)) with GAA
automotive and artillery type grease. (See current LO 5-5420-205-
Section VI. REPLACEMENT OF DATA/ INSTRUCTION PLATES
Remove attaching drivescrews and data/instruction
plate from superstructure and install new plate. Make
Refer to paragraph 1-8 for description and general
sure the new plate is for the correct superstructure
location of data plates and instruction plates.
Section VII. MAINTENANCE OF SUPERSTRUCTURE HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
Appendix C, TM 5-5420-210-12 for models 2271 and
b. Typical Application.
The hoses, tubes and
function of superstructure hydraulic components in
fittings supply high pressure hydraulic power from the
relationship to the transporter of the assault bridge ferry
transporter reservoir to the rotation, pinning, unfold and
folding, and curbing cylinders.
Tubing is used
4-14. Fittings, Hose, and Tubing Replacement
throughout the center section of each superstructure
a. General. The hoses, tubing, pipes, and fittings
with flexible hose to each cylinder. Quick-disconnect
required are of commercial (off the shelf) items. These
couplings are used at the rotation assembly (fig.
items are fabricated at GS level using high pressure
tubing and fittings assembled with special tools and
equipment (Basic Issue Items List, Appendix B, TM 5-
5420-204-12 for models 2195-1 and 2195-2, and