(4) Weld any cracks in the metal and file or
sand down any rough edges at the rim of the boxes.
d. Reinstallation. Position the boxes and floors
on the body and secure u s i n g t h e h a r d w a r e
removed in paragraph a. above.
a. Removal. Remove the two nuts (17 and 20,
fig. 4-1) and capscrews
21) which hold
each of the four amber reflectors (19) and each of
t h e four reel reflecors (22).
(1) Clean all parts using cleaning solvent (Fed
Spec P - D - 6 8 0 ) .
(2) Inspect hardware for stripped or otherwise
damaged threads and replace as necessary.
(3) Replace broken, bent or otherwise
c . Reinstallation. R e f e r t o p a r a g r a p h a a b o v e
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
(1) Clean all metal parts and hardware using
a. General. The trailer body will not be removed
c l e a n i n g solvent (Fed Spec P-D-860).
by organizational maintenance. However, repairs
(2) Inspect the hardware for stripped or
will be made on the body while installed.
b. Repair. Straighten all smaller dents with a
(3) Inspect the tool boxes and floors for dents,
hammer. Any larger dents may require heating and
cracks, rust, or other damage.
straightening by using lever action where possible.
c. Repair and replacement.
If damage is in the form of metal breakage it will be
( 1 ) Replace any damaged hardware.
welded, If the body is damaged to an extent beyond
(2) Straighten any smaller dents using a
these repairs, refer it to direct support maintenance
( 3 ) Torque dents, t h a t may render the tool
box lid inoperative' or retard the proper storage of
tools in the box, will constitute the replacement of
disassemble in sequence indicated by callouts.
the tool box.