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TM 55-1905-223-24-9
2-13. Repair Tiller Arm Assembly (FIGURE 2-4)
This task covers:
a. Inspect,
b. Service,
c. Repair
Equipment Condition
Tool kit, general mechanic's,
Equipment shut down and tagged
"Out of Service - Do Not Operate."
See TM 55-1905-223-10.
Sandpaper, Item 25, Appendix C
Lint free cloth, Item 5, Appendix C
Cleaning solvent (PD 680), Item 23,
Lubrication fitting, P/N C5-2775-1005
Touchup paint, Item 27, Appendix C
a. At hub/shaft interface (1), inspect key (2), and keyway and interface area for broken parts and corrosion.
b. Inspect hub bolts, nuts and washers (3), and hub joint (4) for broken parts and corrosion.
c. Inspect jockey bar sleeve bushing (5) and pin (7) for broken parts and corrosion.
d. Inspect follow-up arm connection (8) for binding, broken parts, and corrosion.
a. Sand corrosion/rust off of components and touch up with paint.
b. Secure loose fittings or fasteners.
c. Wipe off dirt and fluids.
Repair of tiller arm assembly is replacement of lubrication fittings (FIGURE 2-4). Unscrew lubrication fitting (6)
and replace with new one.


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