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Section VIII. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT - TM-9-2350-238-20-20391
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TM-9-2350-238-20-2 Crane (CAB) Components Recovery Vehicle Full-Tracked: Light Armored M578 (
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2-102.
DEFINITION
OF
ADMINISTRATIVE
STORAGE
(CONT).
Storage
Plan.
(cont)
(2) Removal  of  rust  and  damaged  paint
e.
by  scraping,  wire  brushing,  sanding,  or  buff-
ing is not authorized on armament compo-
(3) Establish  a  fire  plan  and  provide
for
nents.
adequate firefighting equipment and per-
sonnel.
(3) After
cleaning
and
drying,
imme-
diately
coat
unpainted
metal
surfaces
with
an
f. M a i n t e n a n c e  S e r v i c e s  a n d  I n s p e c t i o n .
oil or grease as appropriate.
Prior  to  storage,  perform  the  next  scheduled
major  preventive  maintenance  service  (month-
ly,
quarterly,
or
semiannually).
Place a piece of barrier material
g. Auxiliary  Equipment  and  Basic  Issue
between desiccant bags and metal
Items. Process auxiliary and basic issue items
surfaces.
simultaneously with the Recovery Vehicle to
which they are assigned. If possible, store
NOTE
auxiliary and basic issue items with the Re-
Air  circulation  under  draped
covery Vehicle. If stored apart from the
Re-
covers reduces deterioration from
covery Vehicle, mark auxiliary and basic
issue
moisture and heat.
items  with  tags  indicating  the  Recovery
Vehi-
cle, its registration or serial number and
loca-
(4) Sunlight,  heat,  moisture  (humidity),
tion, and store in protective type closures. In
and dirt tend to accelerate deterioration. In-
addition, place a tag or list indicating the
stall all covers (including vehicle protection
location of the removed items in a conspic-
closures)  authorized  for  the  equipment.  Close
uous place on the Recovery Vehicle.
and secure all openings except those required
for  venting  and  draining.  Seal  openings  to
h. Corrections  of  Shortcomings  and  Defi-
prevent the entry of rain, snow, or dust. In-
ciencies. Correct  all  shortcomings  and  defi-
sert  desiccant  when  complete  seal  is  required.
ciencies prior to storage, or obtain a defer-
Place  equipment  and  provide  blocking  or
ment from the approving authority.
framing to allow for ventilation and water
Lubrication. Lubricate equipment IAW
drainage. Support cover away from Recovery
i.
Vehicle  surfaces  which  may  rust,  rot,  or
the  applicable  LO  or  technical  manual.  Retract
mildew.
hydraulic  systems  linkage  and  coat  exposed
portion  of  shafts  with  grease.
2-103.
CARE OF EQUIPMENT IN AD-
j. G e n e r a l C l e a n i n g , P a i n t i n g , a n d P r e s e r -0
MINISTRATIVE STORAGE.
vation.
a. M a i n t e n a n c e  S e r v i c e s . A f t e r  e q u i p m e n t
has  been  placed  in  administrative  storage,
suspend  all  regularly  scheduled  preventive
Do not direct water or steam
maintenance  services  and  inspect  and  exer-
under pressure against air clean-
cise as specified herein. Do not reduce
ers, air duct outlets, exhaust out-
Prescribed Load List. See DA PAM 738-750
lets,  unsealed  electrical  systems,
and
DA
PAM
750-35.
fire control instruments, uphols-
tery,  or  any  exterior  opening
which  will  damage  a  component.
(1) Clean  the  equipment  of  dirt,  grease,
and other contaminants IAW this manual.
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