9-21. PIN ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET REPAIR.
This task covers:
f. Follow-On Maintenance
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's: Automotive
Sealing Compound (Item 12, Appendix E)
(Item 15, Appendix I)
Solvent, Drycleaning (Item 14, Appendix E)
Goggles, Industrial (Item 6, Appendix I)
Packing, Preformed (Item 15, Appendix H)
Gun, Air Blow (Item 7, Appendix I)
Packing, Preformed (Item 16, Appendix H)
Lifting Device, Minimum Capacity
Pin, Cotter (4) (Item 17, Appendix H)
1500 lbs (681 kg)
Pin, Roll (Item 19, Appendix H)
Vise, Machinist's (Item 17, Appendix I)
Pin, Roll (Item 20, Appendix H)
Wrench, Combination 1-1/2 in.
Pin, Spring (Item 22, Appendix H)
(Item 21, Appendix I)
Pin, Spring (Item 23, Appendix H)
Wrench, Torque (0-175 lb-ft [0-237 N.m])
(Item 23, Appendix I)
Front and rear wall lowered, (Para 7-10)
Cloth, Lint-free (Item 4, Appendix E)
Pin lock assembly removed, (Para 9-24)
Grease, GAA (Item 6, Appendix E)
(on pin assembly and bracket to be removed only)
Oil, Lubricating (Item 8, Appendix E)
Front wall weighs 1,500 lbs (681 kg). Rear wall weighs 1,200 (545 kg). Do not stand under
walls when raising or lowering. Use the aid of a lifting device when raising or lowering the
front or rear wall to prevent serious injury or death to personnel.
Lifting device must remain on wall. Lifting device is providing all the support for the wall.
Failure to comply will result in wall falling causing serious injury or death to personnel.
Steps (1) through (7) are for
front pin assemblies only. If
removing rear pin
assemblies, go to Step (8).
All four pin assemblies are
removed the same way
except where noted. Left
pin assembly shown.
Attach lifting device to wall (1).
Using lifting device, raise wall (1) to full