2-14. TARP FRAME ASSEMBLY
This task covers:
General Safety Instructions
General mechanic's tool set,
Welding equipment (as needed)
Components of frame assembly are heavy and may be awkward to
Painting equipment (as needed)
handle. Use correct lifting procedures, lifting devices, and/or assistance
from other personnel to avoid injury.
MOS 63J (4)
TM 10-3510-209-10, Tarp removed.
TM 10-3510-209-10, Left beam assembly removed.
Frame components (as required)
TM 10-3510-209-10, Strut assembly removed.
General hardware (as required)
TM 10-3510-209-10, Ladder removed.
Epoxy primer paint (Item 6, App C)
TM 10-3510-209-10, Platform assemblies removed.
Green 383 CARC paint
Paragraph 2-17, Sound deadening panels removed.
(Item 7, App C)
Paragraph 2-16, Hose bin assembly removed.
Paragraph 2-15, Beam assemblies removed.
Inspect frame assembly for cracks, breaks, bends, rust, missing hardware, and other damage that would weaken frame.
Components are heavy and may be awkward to handle. Use correct lifting
procedures, indicated lifting devices, and/or assistance from other personnel to
Trailer bed can be cluttered and is slippery if wet. Use care when climbing onto or
walking around the mounted equipment.
Remove bolt (4), locknut (5), bolt (1), locknut (2), spacer (3), and brace (6) from both sides of front frame (9) and
Remove fire extinguisher and bracket from front frame. Refer to paragraph 2-56.
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