Stage 3 - Surface condition is similar to
2 - 7 . 3 T O O L S A N D S U P P L I E S . The follow-
stage 2 except that metal in
ing list identifies special tools and supplies
the corroded area is unsound
needed to perform PMCS on the M578
and pin holes may be present.
Stage 4 - No metal remaining at point of
severest corrosion. Corrosion
holes in the area or metal com-
pletely worn away.
shop equipment: organizational
maintenance, common no. 1, less
Stage 1 & 2 - Areas are to be cleaned,
primed, and painted IAW TB 43-0213.
General mechanic's tool kit (item 25,
Stage 3 & 4 - Try to repair metal. If not
b. S u p p l i e s .
d. M o d i f i c a t i o n W o r k O r d e r ( M W O ) A p -
plication. Check the list of current MWOs in
Dry cleaning solvent (SD2) (item 10,
DA PAM 25-30. Do not make any modifica-
(item 12, appx C)
Oil, lubricating (CW-ll) (item 13.1, appx
Oil, lubricating (GO-75) (item 13.2,
2-7.2 SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR
SEMIANNUAL (2400 KILOMETER)
Oil, lubricating (OE/HDO) (item 14.1,
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE. Semiannual
lubricating (OEA) (item 14.2, appx
preventive maintenance includes complete in-
spection to make sure adjustment, securing,
and assembly of all parts of vehicle are right.
All cleaning, replacement, lubrication, and
done as stated for trouble-free operation
the next preventive maintenance is
a. M a i n t e n a n c e
Records. R e f e r
Be sure all needed publica-
tions are on hand before starting task.
c. S p e c i a l
Tools. Be sure all special tools
are on hand.
d. S u p p l i e s . Be sure all parts and supplies
are on hand.
Tools. Be sure all common tools are on