5-19 FUEL TANK (CONT)
7. Fuel tank
9. Fuel tank
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-880 used to clean parts is potentially dan-
gerous to personnel and property. Flash point of solvent is 100° to
138°F (38° to 59°C).
Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact.
Do not use near open flame or excessive heat.
Dispose of waste solvent in safe manner.
Close draincock (2). Fill fuel tank (1) half full of
dry cleaning solvent (Appendix E, Item 15). Agitate,
allow to settle, and inspect tank for leaks. Drain
10. Axle and
solvent and flush fuel tank with fresh solvent until
solvent comes out clear. Be sure to close draincock
(2) after last flush. If fuel tank leaks, forward to
general support maintenance for repair.
Clean, pretreat, and refinish rust spots in accord-
ante with TT-C-490, TTP636, and MILT704.
Apply forest green paint (Appendix E, Item 11)
as necessary. If fuel tank is not repairable, replace.
Install fuel tank (1) using screws (11), washers (12),
and barrel nuts (13).
Install axle (10) using screws (8) and washers (9).
Install brake assembly (7) using screws (4) and
(5 and 6).
Lower trailer. Install
backtow (14) using screws (15),
Iockwashers (16) and