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Figure 9-8. Unacceptable Crossmember Damage
TM 9-3990-206-14&P
INSERT
REPAIR WITHOUT
(NO MORE THAN
REPLACEMENT
TWO PER CROSS
OF MATERIAL
MEMBER)
MIN. OF 12 IN.
(30 CM) FROM
ATTACHMENT WELD
OR OTHER INSERT
DENTS
STRAIGHTENED
MIN. 6 IN.
TEAR STRAIGHTENED
(15 CM)
AND BEAD WELD
CROSSMEMBER MUST EXTEND
CROSSMEMBER MUST EXTEND
FROM SIDE RAIL TO SIDE RAIL
FROM SIDE RAIL TO SIDE RAIL
AND BE FULLY WELDED
AND BE FULLY WELDED
ON EACH END
ON EACH END
FULL LENGTH
STIFFNER ADDED
NOTE: DARK LINES IN
DIAGRAMS INDICATE
TYPICAL WELD JOINT
WELDED TO EXISTING
CROSS MEMBER
FULL LENGTH
(MAY BE SKIP WELDED)
ACCEPTABLE REPAIRS
REPLACEMENT
OF ENTIRE MEMBER
FULL PROFILE SECTION
IMPROPER REPAIR
Figure 9-7. Crossmember Repair Limitations
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