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TM 9-2320-364-34-2 9-94      9-13.  AXLE NO. 5 ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (CONT). Driveshaft can weigh up to 100 lbs (45 kg).  Properly support driveshafts when removing screws.  After screws and brackets are removed, driveshafts can fall and cause serious injury to personnel. (12) With the aid of an assistant, support driveshaft (15) and remove four screws (16) and two brackets (17) from flange assembly (18). (13) Remove Axle No. 5 end of driveshaft (15) from flange assembly (18). (14) With the aid of an assistant, support driveshaft (15) and tie axle end of driveshaft to frame (10) with cable ties. NOTE Tag and mark air lines prior to removal. (15) Remove air line 2874 (19), air line 2369 (20), air line 2144 (21) and air line 2098 (22) from elbow (23) and fittings (24), (25) and (26).

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