4-42. UPPER SUSPENSION ARM (CONT)
It may be necessary to use the crowbar to help raise the upper suspension arm.
Once upper movement has started, the crowbar should no longer be necessary.
Operate overhead lifting device to start to raise up upper suspension arm (5) from lower suspension arm (17). If
necessary, use crowbar to help upper suspension arm (5) to start moving.
Raise upper suspension arm (5) enough so that top of arm is approximately parallel to the ground.
Disconnect upper pin and spacer assemblies on suspension cylinder from upper suspension arm (5) (para. 4-41).
Using a 1-1/2-inch socket, 3/4-inch drive ratchet, 1-1/2-inch combination wrench, and two people, remove locknut
(18), capscrew (19), and two access covers (20) from upper and lower suspension arms (5 and 17). Discard