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TM 9-2330-394-13&P
MAINTENANCE INTRODUCTION - Continued
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GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
Sealing Compounds. Use sealing compounds as required in each maintenance task.
Torquing. Tighten nuts, bolts, screws, and fittings as required in Appendix J or in each
maintenance task.
Identification Tags. Put hoses, tubes, lines, and electrical wiring in place by matching
identification tags and markings on equipment.
Hoses, Air Lines and Wiring. After installing hoses, air lines and wiring, ensure that they do
not contact moving parts or components edges. Secure in place, out of way with cable ties and
cushion clamps.
Data Plate Installation. Install data plate on trailer with rivets.
Rivnut Installation. Install rivnut on trailer with rivnuts.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT INTRODUCTION
This section gives instructions for making the trailer ready for shipment or storage.
Refer to AR 750-1 for detailed administrative storage instructions.
Refer to TB 9-2300-422-20 for security procedures.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) as listed.
Correct all deficiencies noted during inspection, if facilities are available. If repairs are required
beyond the scope of Field Level Maintenance, refer the deficiencies to Direct Support
Maintenance.
STORAGE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Provide access to the trailer during storage.
CAUTION
Ensure tires are not resting on surfaces containing grease or oil. Failure to comply may
result in damage to equipment.
Do not block wheels, but do be sure tires are not resting on surfaces containing grease or oil.
Perform complete lubrication in accordance with TM 9-2330-394-13&P and PMCS Introduction.
If possible, store trailers close together, out of direct sunlight and away from electrical or
generating equipment.
Monthly Storage Maintenance Instructions.
Conduct visual inspection of trailer. Check lubricant and tire pressures. Correct any
discrepancies.
Inspect oil can points. Lubricate if necessary.
Move trailer 30 ft (9 m) forward and reverse.
Check grease coating on all chromium plated and unpainted surfaces. If grease was wiped from
chromium plates or unpainted surfaces when trailer was moved, recoat these surfaces.
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