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TM   5-2815-241-34&P Section  VII.  CRANKSHAFT  MAINTENANCE Page Page Crankshaft Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-214 Vibration  Damper.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 2-219 CRANKSHAFT   ASSEMBLY This  task  covers: a.  Cleaning  (page  2-214) b.  Disassembly  (page  2-214) c.  Inspection  (page  2-215) d. Repair  (page  2-217) e.  Assembly  (page  2-218) INITIAL  SETUP Tools Materials/Parts   -   Continued Grinder,  crankshaft Indicator,  dial Mandrel,  hollow-core Micrometer,  3-  to  4-inch Micrometer,  4-  to  5-inch Micrometer,  depth Mittens,  cloth,  heat-protective Press,  arbor Puller,  gear,  circular-type Torch,  heating,  oxy/acetylene Key,   machine Grease,  extreme-pressure  (item  10, appendix   B) Tags,  marker  (item  17,  appendix  B) Equipment   Condition Crankshaft  assembly  removed  (page  2-49). References Materials/Parts Bearing   set Cloth,  emery  (item  1,  appendix  B) TM  55-1500-335-23,  Inspection  Methods, Non-Destructive ACTION LOCATION ITEM REMARKS CLEANING NOTE For  general  cleaning  procedures,  see  General  Maintenance  Instructions,  page  2-3. DISASSEMBLY WARNING Heat-protective  cloth  mittens  must  be  worn  to  prevent  serious  injury  to  hands  when handling  heated  parts. 1. Crankshaft (1) with assembled  parts Crankshaft  gear  (2) and  machine  key  (3) a. Using  a  oxy/acetylene  heating  torch, heat crankshaft gear to 300° to 400°F (150° to 205°C). 2-214 Change  1


 


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