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TM 9-2320-364-34-2      9-65 (8) Remove two locknuts (10) and washers (11) from stud of each fuel tank strap (12). Discard locknuts. (9) Separate two fuel tank straps (12) from fuel tank bracket (13). Main fuel tank weighs 50 to 700 lbs (23 to 318 kg) depending on the quantity of fuel inside. Support main fuel tank with suitable lifting device prior to removing mounting hardware to prevent possible injury to personnel. (10) Using lifting device, lift right side of main fuel tank (14) upward approximately 3 in. (76 mm). (11) Position block of wood on right fuel tank bracket (13).  Lower right side of main fuel tank (14) onto wood block. The trailing beam assembly weighs 150 lbs (68 kg).  Attach a suitable lifting device to truck end of trailing beam assembly prior to removal or installation to prevent possible injury to personnel. (12) Support truck end of trailing beam assembly (4) with hydraulic jack. (13) With the aid of an assistant, remove screw (15) and locknut (16) from trailing beam assembly (4).  Discard bolt and locknut. (14) Using lifting device, remove truck end of trailing beam assembly (4) from trailing beam assembly mount (17) and lower to ground. (15) Remove plastic bushing (18) from each trailing beam assembly (4).  Discard plastic bushing.

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