TM -9-2330-373-14 & P
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF SPARE WHEEL AND TIRE (cont)
1. Lower pick-up member (6) to ground (steps (1)
through (6) of removal procedure.
2. Insert pick-up member (6) through large hole in
wheel. Rotate pickup member so that it is at
right angles to wire rope (5).
3. Set pawl (2) in contact with ratchet wheel (3) and
turn wheel nut wrench (1) on ratchet wheel
clockwise, raising wheel.
4. As wheel moves up to upper member (4), aline
securing bolts with any two holes in wheel.
5. After wheel is tight against upper member (4), install and
tighten special nuts (7), using wheel nut wrench (1).
5. Wire rope
6. Pick-up member
Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-23. GENERAL INFORMATION
a. In addition to the normal preventive maintenance service, special care in cleaning and lubrication must be
observed where extremes of temperature, humidity, and terrain conditions are present or anticipated. Proper cleaning,
lubrication, and storage and handling of fuels and lubricants not only insure proper operation and functioning, but also
guard against excessive wear of the working parts and deterioration of the materials.
b. FM 55-30 contains instructions on driver selection, ,training, and supervision, and FM 21-305 prescribes special
driving instructions for operating wheeled vehicles under unusual conditions. A detailed study of FM 55-30 and FM 21-305
is essential for use of this material under unusual conditions.