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TM-9-2320-269-34-1 Truck Telephone Maintenance Utility C/S 36 000 GVW 6 X 4 W/WN WI/E M876 (NSN
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ASSEMBLY - CONTINUED - TM-9-2320-269-34-10172
TM 9-2320-269-34-1
PISTONS AND CONNECTING RODS - CONTINUED
ACTION
LOCATION
ITEM
REMARKS
INSPECTION/REPLACEMENT/REPAIR - CONTINUED
42.
Continued
f.
Lubricate outside diameter of new
bush-
ing (1) with clean engine oil.
g.
Line up split In bushing (1) on a
horizontal plane with connecting rod
(2) balance boss.
h.
Using arbor press and Installer sleeve,
press In bushing (1) until the shoulder
of the Installer sleeve Is seated
against rod (2).
i.
Using honing machine, hone new bush-
Ing (1) to give a hand-push piston pin
fit.
ASSEMBLY
NOTE
It Is Important that the connecting rod and piston be assembled correctly so that when the piston Is Installed
In the cylinder block, the large, chamfered side of each rod Is located against the crankshaft face. The
chamfer provides clearance for the crankshaft fillet.
43.
Connecting rod (2)
Piston (3)
a.
Position rod (2) In vise with jaw
caps.
b.
Put piston In position so that rod (2)
bearing shell tangs will be toward the
snout side (or side marked TOP) of the
piston (3).
44.
Connecting rod (2)
Piston pin (4) a.
Lubricate with clean engine oil.
and piston (3)
b.  Slide In.
45.
Piston pin (4)
Two new retaining
a.
Using snapring pliers, put
on.
rings (5)
b.
Take rod (2) out of vise.
CAUTION
Do not spread piston rings more than necessary to slip over piston. Rings could be over-stressed and
cause oil leakage.
46.
Piston (3)
Two new compressiona.
Lubricate with clean
engine oil.
rings (6) and one
b.
Using ring expander, put on.
new oil ring (7)
c.
Stagger ring gaps.
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