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INSTALLATION (Cont) - TM-9-2350-238-20-20181
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2-48.
MAINTENANCE OF BOOM AND WINCH SINGLE TACKLE BLOCK.
This
task
covers:
a. R e m o v a l
b. I n s p e c t i o n / R e p a i r
c. Installation
INITIAL SETUP
Tools and Special Tools
General Safety Instructions
General
mechanic's
tool
kit,
automotive
References
Always
wear
leather
gloves
TM
9-2350-238-10
when  handling  winch  cable.
TM
9-2350-238-24P-2
Never  allow  cable  to  run  through
hands.
Broken
wires
can
cause
Equipment
Conditions
painful
injuries.
Do
not
operate
Single tackle block disconnected from
winch/crane with less than four
front  of  vehicle  and  lowered  to  the
turns of wire rope on drums.
ground
(TM
9-2350-238-10)
Failure  to  observe  these  warn-
ings could result in injury to
personnel.
REMOVAL
Always
wear
leather
gloves
when
handling winch cable. Never allow
cable  to  run  through  hands.  Broken
wires can cause painful injuries. Do
not operate winch/crane with less
than four turns of wire rope on
drums.  Failure  to  observe  these
war-
nings could result in injury to
personnel.
1 Remove quick release pin (1) and clevis
(2) from crane boom (3).

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