4-52. LANDING GEAR REPLACEMENT (Con't).
Landing gear is heavy and awkward to handle. Use caution, provide ade-
quate support, and use assistance during installation. Failure to follow this
warning may result in serious injury to personnel.
Position landing gear leg (11) at frame (3) with mainshaft (21) fitted through hole in frame
(3). install landing gear leg to frame with six bolts (8), washers (15), and new locknuts (16).
DO NOT fully tighten locknuts.
install longitudinal brace (17) to landing gear leg (11) with bolt (12), washer (13), and new
locknut (14). DO NOT fully tighten locknut.
Install transverse brace (27) to landing gear leg (11) with bolt (26), washer (28), and new
locknut (29). DO NOT fully tighten locknut.
install handcrank (9) with screw (7), two washers (6), and new locknut (5).
Operate handcrank (9) to raise or lower curbside landing gear leg (11) to a height equal to
roadside landing gear leg. Check that holes in two mainshafts (21) are alined with each other.
If they are not alined, operate handcrank to adjust to the nearest alined position.