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TM 9-2320-364-34-4      28-21 Materials/Parts Grease (Item 22, Appendix B) Solvent, Drycleaning (Item 68, Appendix B) This task covers: a.  Disassembly b.   Cleaning/Inspection c.  Assembly INITIAL SETUP Personnel Required Two Equipment Condition Mast assembly on clean work surface Tools and Special Tools Tool Kit, General Mechanic’s (Item 240, Appendix F Compressor Unit, Air (Item 35, Appendix F) Gage Set, Telescoping (Item 69, Appendix F) Gloves, Chemical Oil Protective (Item 81, Appendix F) Goggles, Industrial (Item 83, Appendix F) Gun, Airblow (Item 86, Appendix F) Micrometer, Outside, Caliper, Set (Item 139, Appendix F) Press, 60 Ton (Item 164, Appendix F) 28-5.  MAST ASSEMBLY REPAIR. a. Disassembly. NOTE Tag, mark, and note position of tubes before removal. (1) Remove 16 screws (1), washers (2), 10 clamp halves (3) and five tubes (4) from mast (5). (2) Remove four grease caps (6) and lube fittings (7) from mast (5). NOTE Perform Step (3) if bushings are  damaged. There are two different types  of weld head configurations.   If there is a shoulder machined  in the weld head between the bushings preventing the bushings from being pressed out, bushings must be tapped out from inside of weld head.   If there is not a shoulder between bushings, both bushings can be pressed out  from one side. (3) Use hammer and brass drift to remove four bushings (8) from mast (5).

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